Impressionist Painting Exhibition, Ara Pacis Museum (2013-2014)

Until February 23rd 2014 the Museo dell’Ara Pacis in Rome hosts an exhibition dedicated to Impressionism. The paintings displayed are on loan from the National Gallery of Art in Washington.

Impressionist Painting Exhibition, Ara Pacis Museum Rome (2013-2014)

Vincent van Gogh
Flower Beds in Holland

The exhibition is titled “Jewels of  Impressionism. paintings of the National Gallery of Art in Washington. From Monet to Renoir and from Van Gogh to Bonnard“.

The exhibtion has been divided according to themes: Paintings in the open air, Portraits and self-portraits, Woman Friends and Models, Still lifes, Vuillard and Bonnard, The Inheritance of Impressionism.

The works of art that can be admred include paintings by all the famous Impressionist painters, including Manet (“At the Races”, 1875) and Monet (“Argenteuil”, 1872), Renoir (o.a. “Picking Flowers”, 1875), Cézanne, Degas, Gauguin, Seurat en Toulouse-Lautrec.

Vincent van Gogh‘s work “Flower Beds in Holland” can also be seen.

The most well-known amongst female Impressionist painters, Berthe Morisot, is represented with “The Artist’s Sister near the Window”.

Opening hours, admission and address Museo dell’Ara Pacis.

The Ara Pacis museum is opened from 09.00 AM until 07.00 PM. The ticket office closes at 06.00 PM. The museum is closed on Mondays. For information about this exhibition you can call (+39 060608) or visit the official site of the Ara Pacis Museum. Admission is 10 Euros (8 Euros concessions). A family (two adults with children younger than 18) pays 22 Euros. The address of the Ara Pacis is Lungotevere Augusto (bus: 81, 224, 590, 628, 926, C3, N25).

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