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I didn’t go to Paris for these, but Vancouver, B.C.   I visited the Vancouver Art Gallery for their exhibition “French Moderns: Monet to Matisse, 1850-1950” in March this year. Here’s a description from their poster:

The works in French Moderns exemplify the avant-garde movements that defined Modern art from the late-nineteenth to early-twentieth centuries, tracing a formal and conceptual shift from depicting the pictorial to evoking the idea, from a focus on naturalism to the ascendance of abstraction.

 

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Before the art, there’s the architecture and interior, an art piece in itself:

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Some of the works with their description:

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Claude Monet, Rising Tide at Pourville, 1882. Along the Normandy coast.

 

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Eugène Louis Boudin, mentor of Monet. Sur les bords de la Touques, 1895.

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Berthe Morisot, Madame Boursier and Her Daughter, c. 1873.

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Still Life with Blue Cup, c. 1900

 

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Camille Jacob Pissarro, The Climb, Rue de la Côte-du-Jalet, 1875.

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Henri Matisse, Flowers, 1906

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Gabriele Münter, Nightfall in Saint-Cloud, 1906. (Don’t you wish nightfall is like this?)

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Paul Cézanne, The Village of Gardanne, 1885-86.

I like this one the most:

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Marc Chagall, The Musician, c. 1912-14

 

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This is my last post for Paris in July, 2019, hosted by Tamara at Thyme for Tea.

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Other Paris in July 2019 posts on Ripple:

‘Coco Before Chanel’ directed by Anne Fontaine

‘Gemma Bovery’ to cool your summer day

‘A Sunday in the Country’ is an Impressionist Cinematic Painting

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Related Posts on Ripple:

Art Gallery of Ontario

Tate Modern: Georgia O’Keeffe Exhibition

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