The Impressionist Collection of the Pola Museum of Art 2006

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The Pola Museum of Art can boast of an extensive collection of 9500 works, both western-style and Japanese, but its mainstay is formed by its more than 400 paintings of the 19th-century impressionist and the early 20th-century School of Paris.
In this exhibition, the Museum is proud to introduce approximately 80 of these masterpieces, with special emphasis on works by such great, popular artists as Monet and Renoir.
Art lovers who have not yet had the opportunity to visit the Pola Museum in Hakone can now view these gems at their leisure in Tokyo.
A chance not to be missed!
[ img: Claude Monet "La Barque rose" 1890 ]

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From 2006-01-02 To 2006-02-26

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Monet, Renoir et al.

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The Impressionist Collection of the Pola Museum of Art 2006

In a sketchbook in 1856, the French painter Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot wrote, “Whatever the site or the object, let’s submit ourselves to the first impression.

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