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Exhibition March 29 − June 14
Gauguin and the impressionists. Masterpieces from the Ordrupgard collection
The Ordrupgard Collection is a collection of 19th-century impressionists who changed Western art. The collection was collected by a wealthy Danish couple with the help of art critic and French writer Theodore Dure.

"Gauguin and the Impressionists"is a unique opportunity to see the treasury of Impressionist works from Monet and Degas, to Impressionist artists such as Corot and Courbet.

The exhibition concludes with an amazing series of post-impressionist works by Paul Gauguin, covering his career, from impressionist-inspired paintings to the very personal use of color, symbolism and simplified forms by which he became known.
1894, 69×54 cm
All artworks at the exhibition
All artists at the exhibition