The Impressionists return to Palazzo Sarcinelli: almost twenty years on, Conegliano's Art Gallery will once again be hosting the works of the great masters of the impressionist movement, in an exhibition organised by Artika Treviso, to run from 11th October 2019 to 2nd February 2020.
Sixty works from the Johannesburg Art Gallery will be on display, painted by the greatest European artists between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, undoubtedly set to enchant visitors. A journey that starts with 19th century English artwork, with masterpieces by Turner, Millais and Rossetti, before moving on to works by Corot and Coubert, created at the turn of the 20th century. A lot of space is dedicated to the masters of Impressionism, such as Degas, Monet and Sisley, introduced by a number of pieces by Boudin and Jongkind.
The exhibition is also enriched by important post-impressionist artists: including Cézanne, Van Gogh and Bonnard. The exhibition concludes with a look at the 20th century, from Matisse to Warhol. You can also admire sketches, studies and little known works that are housed in the art gallery in South Africa's capital, which was created thanks to donations from important African collectors and Lady Florence Phillips, an important collector of English art who brought the museum to life.
The exhibition is open from Tuesday to Sunday and an audio guide is also available.