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- Exhibition On Screen: The Impressionists
Exhibition On Screen: The Impressionists 3 stars
A behind-the-scenes documentary on the Inventing Impressionism exhibition from the Musee du Luxembourg in Paris, National Gallery in London and Philadelphia Museum of Art, which explores how art dealer Paul Durand-Ruel created the modern art market by discovering Monet, Pissarro, Degas and Renoir in the early 1870s and buying their works when they were still largely ignored or ridiculed.
- DirectorPhil Grabsky.
- WriterPhil Grabsky.
- Duration91 mins
- Official sitewww.exhibitiononscreen.com/the-impressionists
- Release26/05/2015 (selected cinemas)
In 1886 New York, at a time when Impressionism faced total failure, Parisian art collector Paul Durand-Ruel took the brave decision to introduce these distinctive and modern French paintings to wealthy and enlightened Americans. The enthusiastic response convinced Durand-Ruel to fill American galleries with Impressionist masterpieces and revive interest in luminaries such as Cezanne, Degas, Monet, Pissarro and Renoir. Phil Grabsky's documentary, which has been made in collaboration with the Musee du Luxembourg in Paris and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, charts the inspirational story of Durand-Ruel and the artists he championed, who are on display until the end of May at the National Gallery in London as part of the Inventing Impressionism exhibition.
Showtimes (Click time to book tickets)
- Tuesday 26th May 2015