" Monet, Cézanne, Renoir and Other Stories of Painting in France" Repubblica di San Marino, Palazzo Sums

This exhibition, whose core is formed by paintings from the museums of Boston, Montpellier and Lille, is composed of thirty works, including several large canvases, that are linked with the important exhibition staged at Castel Sismondo in Rimini (“Paris: the Wonderful Years. Impressionism versus the Salon”). However, while it is its logical continuation, it independently recounts significant episodes in the art history of those “wonderful years” that made Paris and France the point of reference of a world unto itself. It is thus an exhibition that aims to take a closer look at this theme, and is built entirely around paintings chosen for their emblematic significance to the historical period.

The completely renovated Palazzo Sums in the old town of the Republic of San Marino opens its doors to the world’s greatest art, commencing with paintings by important masters from Corot to Courbet, Monet, Cézanne, Renoir, Pissarro, Sisley and Degas, along with several painters of the Salon, in order to probe aspects of the French artistic scene that are only briefly touched upon by the Rimini exhibition.

This is what makes it such a significant event, one that is not simply a moving experience, but aims to offer greater insights into the period, like marvellous windows overlooking the decades that left their mark on art and taste in Europe, but also further afield.

An example is Monet’s stunning Flower Beds at Vétheuil, painted during one of the most fruitful periods of the artist’s career, when he decided to leave Paris, attracted by clear river water and the explosion of nature. The river was, of course, the Seine, at Vétheuil, where he went immediately after the death of his first wife Camille and the decision to leave their sheltered home in Argenteuil. The years in Vétheuil were undoubtedly one of the most difficult periods of the French painter’s life, but they were also those in which he laid the stylistic foundations for what he would achieve a few years later, in the magical location of Giverny.

Degas’s horses, depicted during a race at the Parisian Longchamp course, are a further example of the works chosen for the San Marino exhibition. Similarly, the event offers in-depth looks at the work of Pissarro and Sisley during the 1880s, comparing them with Monet, who was painting in Vétheuil at the same time. It also proposes a rare gem in the form of Bazille’s Little Italian Street Singer, which the artist painted in a style resembling that of Manet, and whose almost Fellinian tone makes it ideal for the location, and compares it to the Curious Young Woman, by Salon artist Bertrand. Two portraits of Alfred Bruyas, painted by Couture and Courbet in 1850 and 1854, respectively, are given the same treatment. The entire exhibition continues along these lines, comparing works to throw new light on the painting of the period in Paris and in France.

 

EXHIBITION VENUES Palazzo SUMS

Via G. B. Belluzzi, 1 - San Marino

47890 - Repubblica di San Marino

ORGANIZATION

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Strada di Sant’Artemio 6/8

31100 Treviso

Tel. +39 0422 3095

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BOOKINGS AND INFORMATION

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EXHIBITION OPENING HOURS

Monday- Friday: 9.00 am -7.00 pm

Friday, Saturday and Sunday 9.00 am - 8.00 pm

24, 25, 31 December 2009

1 January 2010: 10.00 am – 8.00 pm

PRESS OFFICE Studio Esseci

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TICKETS

Parigi. Gli anni meravigliosi + Caravaggio e altri pittori del Seicento


Full rate: € 13,00

Reduced rate: € 11,00: university students with enrolment certificate, over-65s, groups with reservation (group leader free of charge), TCI card holders.

Reduced rate: € 8,00: under-18s, school groups (with two free attendants).


Only for Parigi. Gli anni meravigliosi


Full rate: € 10,00

Reduced rate: € 8,00: university students with enrolment certificate, over-65s, groups with reservation (group leader free of charge), TCI card holders.

Reduced rate: € 6,00: under-18s, school groups (with two free attendants).


Only for Caravaggio e altri pittori del Seicento


Full rate: € 4,00


Only for San Marino: Monet, Cézanne, Renoir e altre storie di pittura in Francia

Full rate: € 5,00

Reduced rate: € 3,00: university students with enrolment certificate, over-65s, groups with reservation (group leader free of charge), TCI card holders, under-18s, school groups (with two free attendants).


Free admittance: assistants to visitors with disabilities, children under 6, journalist with press card.


An advanced sales charge of € 1.50 per ticket is applicable for all bookings, excluding schools

The sale of tickets will cease an 30 minutes before closing time.
Free compulsory cloakroom service, bookshop and audio guides.
Access and toilets for visitors with disabilities.

GUIDED TOURS

Parigi. Gli anni meravigliosi
Group bookings (up to 25 people): € 110.00
Schools (only upon reservation, maximum 25 people): € 50.00
Without reservation (subject to staff availability): € 7.00 per person.

Monet, Cézanne, Renoir e altre storie di pittura in Francia
Group bookings (up to 25 people): € 50.00
Schools (only upon reservation, maximum 25 people): € 40.00

  • Excluding schools, the guided tour is supported by an audio portable equipment with microphone and earphones. The service is provided at no extra cost.
  • Guided tour for school groups which are not making use of Linea d’ombra Libri trained staff shall be provided by internal teachers.
  • Compulsory rental cost of the aforesaid equipment for groups with their own guide is € 80.00.
  • Guided tours are not allowed if not authorized by the Executive Direction.
FURTHER INFORMATION
  • The sale of tickets will cease 30 minutes before closing time.
  • Free compulsory cloakroom service for handbags and backpacks exceeding the average size. All potentially dangerous bags are subject to inspection by security staff.
  • Camera, phone and any other electronic device could be introduced only if switched off.
  • Bookshop, audio guide service inside Villa Manin.
  • Access and toilets for visitors with disabilities.
  • Baby strollers, umbrellas and animals are not admitted in the exhibitions venues.
  • Infant backpacks allowed.

 

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