The National Gallery is delighted to be hosting a U3A study day focusing on French Impressionism. Learn about the techniques and subject matter of Impressionist paintings in the National Gallery collection and discover why these ground-breaking paintings of modern life were so controversial in France during the Belle Époque.
Join National Gallery experts for a day of talks exploring Impressionism in France c.1874-1926, from Monet, Degas and Renoir’s contributions to the first Impressionist exhibition to Monet’s Water Lilies series, painted during the final years of his life.
Be dazzled by the light, colour and spontaneity of Impressionism at a day of talks at The National Gallery
£20.50 (lunches & refreshments not provided)
THIS EVENT IS FOR U3A MEMBERS ONLY