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Lectures on demand

Conference: Paris and its painters during the 19th century

Jean Béraud 1900 La Cathédrale américaine à Paris. Collection Privée

Whether it is the Paris of Louis-Philippe or that of Napoleon III, in the midst of Haussmannian upheaval, the capital has always been a permanent place of inspiration for artists.

In this lecture by Fabrice Roy, the public will meet Claude Monet, Auguste Renoir, Camille Pissarro, but also Marie Bashkirtseff, Jean Béraud, Gustave Caillebotte and so many others who knew how to magnify the monumental Paris, the Paris of the boulevards, that of the universal exhibitions, that of the workers and the common people.

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The Impressionists and the Seine

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Impressionist women painters


Napoleon III and Eugenie

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