The Beginnings of French Landscape Painting: From Corot to Impressionism

The Miyagi Museum of Art

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[Image: Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, Les Deux sœurs sous les arbres au bord du lac/ The Two Sisters under the Trees by the Lake, 1865-1870, Huile sur toile/Oil on canvas, Reims, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Inv. 887.3.82, © MBA Reims 2019/Photo : C.Devleeschauwe

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The city of Reims in northern France is a historical city renowned for the production of Champagne, an iconic sparkling wine. The Museum of Fine Arts, Reims is located at the center of the town and houses an extensive collection of 19th century paintings, especially landscape works. This exhibition will feature over 70 art works from its collection, including 16 works of Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, 7 works of Eugéne Boudin, and works from other artists such as Gustave Courbet, Jules Dupré, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet, and Camille Pissarro.

This exhibition will retrace the development of modern French landscape painting from Barbizon School to Impressionism by showcasing the paintings and prints of various artists in the 19th century.

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Schedule

from September 18, 2021 to November 07, 2021
Open on September 20. Closed on September 21.

Fee

Adults ¥1600; University Students ¥1400; High School, Junior High and Elementary School Students ¥800

Venue Hours

From 9:30 To 17:00
Closed on Mondays
Note:Open on a public holiday Monday but closed on the following day.

Access

Address: 34-1 Kawauchi-Motohasekura, Aoba-ku, Sendai-shi, Miyagi 980-0861
Phone: 022-221-2111 Fax: 022-221-2115

7 minute walk from the West 1 exit of International Center Station on the Tozai subway line; From the West exit of JR Sendai Station, take the bus and get off at Niko Miyagiken-Bijutsukan Mae. The venue is 3 minute walk from there.

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