A unique exhibition that welcomes “impressions” of two geniuses such as Masters of Impressionism: Edouard Manet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
Over thirty lithographs and etchings including even the controversial “Olympia” by Manet inspired by Titian.
In Renoir is emphasized the joy of living, the same one that springs from his palette of colors left free to take inspiration from the vibrancy of nature and the nuances of the little Parisian bourgeoisie, dancing and stay near the river that he loved so much to portray.
Above all else to triumph in the works of Renoir, are its sensitivity to follow the beauty of the female body, the sinuous lines and shapes that his works in this exhibiton are in dialogue with for example the “Lola“ by Manet, a tribute to the beauty and Spanish nationalism in his unique reinterpretationby the great masters, the French artist who has always inspired also by Goya and Velazquez.
The opportunity allows the visitors to observe the genesis of impressionism with engravings and graphic of the most innovative artists who physically crossing the doors of their ateliers and gave birth to a strong revolution with the painting “en plein-air” which is the Impressionism itself.
ANDORRA. Centre d’Art d’Escaldes-Engordany. July 9 – September 29. 2013