Impressionism in the Portes de l’Eure area !
‘Ma Roulotte’, Pierre Bonnard’s former house situated in the hamlet Ma Campagne near Vernon in Normandy In 1912 Pierre Bonnard purchased this property situated in the hamlet of Ma Campagne near Vernon in Normandy. He had already rented the house the... En savoir plus
The pink pebbledash house in which the Father of the Impressionist School lived from 1883 until 1926, is internally decorated just as colourfully and is as intimately charming as it was in by-gone days. The artist’s precious collection of Japanese print... En savoir plus
Although the Giverny Impressionisms Museum is mainly devoted to the Impressionist movement, it also aims to explore this aesthetic genre beyond the period to which it belongs. It does in fact focus on the artists who contributed to Impressionism but also ... En savoir plus
The Museum which takes its name from a local archaeologist and scholar who donated his collection to the town in 1927 was opened to the public in 1983. However, the museum’s origins go back further than that; in fact, in 1862 a wealthy local man, Monsie... En savoir plus
The Impressionisms Museum – Giverny Degas, an Impressionist artist – From 27th March to 19th July 2015 Although he was one of the most prominent figures of the Impressionist movement, Edgar Degas’s relationship with the other artists in the group wa... En savoir plus