Capolavori del Museo d'Orsay in mostra a Roma
Musée d'Orsay. Masterpieces
Gauguin, Monet, Degas, Sisley, Pissarro, Van Gogh, Manet, Corot, Seurat and other

22 February / 8 June 2014 EXTENDED UNTIL JUNE 22th
Complesso del Vittoriano, Via San Pietro in Carcere (Fori Imperiali) Rome
Mostre a Roma
Mostre a Roma

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Condividi From 22 February to 22 June 2014 the Complesso del Vittoriano presents the exhibition "Musée d'Orsay. Masterpieces".
The exhibition brings for the first time in Rome extraordinary works created between 1848 and 1914 by the great French masters , Gauguin , Monet , Degas , Sisley, Pissarro , Van Gogh, Manet , Corot, Seurat , and many others , offering an artistic that - through a selection of seventy works - part of the academic painting of the Salon and through the Impressionist revolution in looking up to the formal solutions of Nabis and Symbolists .

"Musée d'Orsay. Masterpieces"curated by Guy Cogeval and Xavier Rey, is divided into five sections: the first focuses on the art of the Salon , the original nucleus of the collection , and the second illustrates the renewal of landscape painting to the work of the Barbizon School , which opens the way to the study of nature impressionistic , then the section dedicated to modernity portrayed by the Impressionists , who conferred the dignity of gender to dances , scenes of life in society and glimpses of private life , and finally the evolution of the pictorial language of post- Impressionist painting symbolist , syntheticism Gauguin , the two-dimensionality of the Nabis , until you get the avant-garde of the twentieth century.

The history of avant-garde and modernity will be preceded by an unusual presentation of the fascinating story of how a former railway station in the heart of Paris has become one of the most important museums in the world. From the different origins of its collections to the construction of the building for the Universal Exhibition of 1900 to the successive transformations , with particular attention to the fundamental work of preparation and museum built in 1986 by Italian architect Gae Aulenti disappearance last year.

Capolavori dal Museo d'Orsay in mostra al Complesso del Vittoriano a Roma
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Capolavori dal Museo d'Orsay in mostra al Complesso del Vittoriano a Roma
Capolavori dal Museo d'Orsay in mostra al Complesso del Vittoriano a Roma

From 22 February to 22 June 2014 the Vittoriano Complex presents the exhibition "Musée d'Orsay. Masterpieces". The exhibition brings for the first time in Rome extraordinary works created between 1848 and 1914 by the great French masters , Gauguin , Monet , Degas , Sisley, Pissarro , Van Gogh, Manet , Corot, Seurat , and many others , offering an artistic that - through a selection of seventy works - part of the academic painting of the Salon and through the Impressionist revolution in looking up to the formal solutions of nabis and symbolists .

The history of avant-garde and modernity will be preceded dall'inedito story of how a former railway station in the heart of Paris has become one of the most important museums in the world. From the different origins of its collections to the construction of the building for the Universal Exhibition of 1900 to the successive transformations , with particular attention to the fundamental work of preparation and museum built in 1986 by Italian architect Gae disappearance last year.

"Musée d'Orsay. Masterpieces" curated by Guy Cogeval and Xavier Rey, is divided into five sections: the first focuses on the art of the Salon , the original nucleus of the collection, which is placed in direct confrontation with the emerging realist art , at the time despised and the renewal of academic painting by artists such as Cabanel, Bouguereau and Henner , who obtained great success between 1860 and 1870 , takes place parallel to the birth and the growth of realist painting of Courbet.

The second section describes the changes to the landscape painting of the Barbizon School , which will start the impressionistic study of light. The painters who inhabit the forest of Barbizon pave the way through their atmospheric research, the impressionist landscape , while maintaining a certain poetry in their works . It is precisely at Barbizon Monet and his friend Bazille achieve their first masterpieces and experience the decisive fragmentation of the stroke which will be the basis for the rendering of light created by the Impressionists .

Then follow the section dedicated to modernity portrayed by the Impressionists . Despite their interest in rendering the effects of light en plein air , their works are not limited to the landscapes of the countryside and its pleasures . On the contrary , the Impressionists looking for a match between the modernity of their technique and the subjects represented. Paris , a symbol of excellence in the transformation wrought by industrialization and technical progress , and offers them many new pictorial subjects . "The new painting", as it is called impressionism, must abandon the old models inherited from the past to keep up with the acceleration history of the civilization of the nineteenth century.

The exhibition will then follow the evolution of the pictorial language of the second half of the nineteenth century in his symbolist declination . This movement , difficult to describe being able to take many forms and deal with different genres, such as portraits , landscapes or scenes from everyday life , a witness insisted sentimentality . Having long pondered the lesson impressionist painters who followed Gauguin at Pont Aven in Brittany then perceived a still far from the great transformations of the century, as the Nabi group , they invented a new register of forms, giving their work a particular emotional content .

And finally, the show will end with the legacy of Impressionism , whose posthumous value is immense and almost immediate . Since the 1880s the pointillisti push the limits of separation color spots pursued by the Impressionists . Some Impressionists abandon realism , such as Monet , whose colors are becoming more independent by nature and hung out with an increasing number of brush strokes. The abandonment of the prospect is now final and trials multiply, Cloisonnism from Gauguin to Nabis , which reaffirm the size of the decorative painting large works . In a way can be found, thanks to the complexity of new techniques, the majesty and grandeur of classical painting and at the same time , opening the avant-garde of the twentieth century.

Capolavori dal Museo d'Orsay in mostra al Complesso del Vittoriano a Roma
Paul Gauguin, Le repas dit aussi Les bananes 1891 Paul Guigou Lavandière / Lavandaia Pierre Bonnard La loge / Il palco Edgar Degas L'orchestre de l’Opéra / L’Orchestra dell’Opéra
Capolavori dal Museo d'Orsay in mostra al Complesso del Vittoriano a Roma
Odilon Redon Plante verte dans une urne / Pianta verde in un’urna Pierre Auguste Renoir Jeunes filles au piano Edgard Degas, Ballerine che salgono la scala 1870 ca.