The site of Grez-sur-Loing, located near Barbizon south-east of Paris was discovered by Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot in the early 1860s. It is the perfect example of the colony of international artists that wish to put value both the Routes of Impressionisms in Europe and our partner euroArt.
from June 29th 2019 to January 5th 2020, Pont Aven Museum
This new exhibition designed by the Pont-Aven Museum highlights the Impressionism of Brittany and Pont-Aven in particular, in the artistic explorations of Paul Gauguin and the painters who accompanied him in this adventure. It introduces Impressionist works by Paul Gauguin and Camille Pissarro to mark their relationship of descent.
May 31 to June 28, Argenteuil
High place of Impressionism, the city of Argenteuil intends to highlight the presence of Claude Monet who lived here from 1872 to 1878, at the height of his talent. His white house with green shutters still exists... A replica of his boat-workshop, made famous by Edouard Manet, is in possession of the city to remind that the master of the impressionism then moved frequently on the Seine between Argenteuil and Carrières-sur-Seine... Alfred Sisley, Caillebotte and others well known liked to represent Argenteuil and its surroundings.
The Renoir's Route is part of the "Impressionisms Routes ©" package certified in May 2018 as a Cultural Route of the Council of Europe. It aims to unite the sites related to the life and work of the Master and contribute to the development of sustainable tourism highlighting the values of the Council of Europe. 2019, the centenary of the Painter's death, will be the opportunity to organize several specific events…