Display room 68
2 July - 6 October 2014
Display room 69
30 June - Autumn 2014
This set of works by Camille Pissarro (1830-1903) is highly representative of the art of the man considered as one of the fathers of Impressionism. The artist never abandoned his search for the best representation of light.
The different processes he tested from his first Impressionist experiments up to the pointillist technique are presented here. With landscapes, Pissarro achieved a perfect mastery combining unity of colours and power of composition.