For the first time in Italy, the most important works by the Impressionist Armand Guillaumin, in an exhibition at Palazzo Bricherasio.
[The Impressionism of Armand Guillaumin]. A great admirer of Courbet and close friend of Cézanne, Guillaumin is one of the most fascinating painters of the Impressionist period. This exhibition held at Palazzo Bricherasio sheds light on the most significant moments in one of the most important artistic currents of all time. Starting with the first major Impressionist show in 1874, the exhibition covers the training and rise to success of Guillaumin, and his relationships with personalities like Cézanne, Degas, Monet, Pissarro and Signac. The show also includes works by Cézanne, Degas, Monet, Pisarro, Renoir and Sisley. Portraits, landscapes, glimpses of real life: splendid works filled with light and colors. In short: Impressionism.