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Symposium / Conference

Impressionist viewing of the Côte d’Albatre

Conference by Bruno Delarue from Terre en Vue editions.

11.07

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From le Havre to Dieppe, the Côte d’Albatre can be both considered as the birthplace of Impressionism and one of the regions that had a special place in the heart of artists as they kept on coming there.  

From Boudin to Renoir, from Berthe Morisot to Pissarro and Caillebotte by way of Monet, who made many paintings, Impressionists have produced works among the most beautiful works they did while painting le Havre, Etretat, Yport, Fécamp, Varengeville, Pourville and Dieppe. The audience will be able to see the evolution of their art through those different places but especially the influence of pattern on emotion that supervises the elaboration of every painting.

Bibliothèque municipale Condorcet

50 rue Léon Gambetta
76290 Montivilliers
11.0714:30-16:30
Entrée libre
  • Claude Monet, Falaise à Pourville