Secret Impressionists on display in Rome until May 3th 2020 at Palazzo Bonaparte.
Organized and treated by Arthemisia.
Over 50 works from the most important private collections in the world, normally it is inaccessible. These are works mostly never admited granted on loan, by artists such as Monet, Renoir, CÃ©zanne, Pissarro, Sisley, Caillebotte, Morisot, Gonzales, Gauguin and Signac. from private collections rarely accessible and granted exceptionally for this exhibition, they will be exhibited in the very prestigious headquarters of Generali Valore Cultura - Palazzo Bonaparte - also until now private casket-for the first time the impressionist painting which opens his door for the first time for his masterpieces to the public.
The historic building in Rome, known for its green balcony where Maria Letizia Ramolino, mother of Napoleon Bonaparte, oberving the coming in going out from the loopholes of the veranda between Piazza Venezia and Via del Corso, becoming a new center of art and culture with Generali Valore Cultura in partnership with Arthemisia.
To celebrate the event, the first extraordinary opening of Palazzo Bonaparte for citizens with #Palazzoin Lo storico palazzo
On 5 October 2019 Arthemisia will inaugurate the most important exhibition ever seen in Rome on the history of Impressionism, in a venue that can be defined without exaggerating stre-pi-to-sa: Palazzo Bonaparte...