After Impressionism in London

More than one hundred artworks between painting and sculptures. During 2023 a major exhibition scheduled at The National Gallery, London.
After Impressionism will try to underline, explicate and bring together artistic pieces of a complex period that determined the art we see today.
Historical artists such as Rodin, van Gogh, Cézanne, Matisse, Klimt, Picasso, Matisse, Kandinsky and Mondrian put visitors already in line, as is almost always the case when organizing group exhibitions starting from Impressionism.
In a range fixed from 1886 and around 1914, it will possible to display how the figurative representation by the Impressionists are changing and modifying going to new researches giving rise to Pointillism, Fauvism, Expressionism, Cubism and Abstraction.
After Impressionism is curated by the art historian and curator MaryAnne Stevens and Christopher Riopelle, the National Gallery’s Neil Westreich Curator of Post 1800 Paintings, with art historian and curator Julien Domercq.
As announced, atworks on show: André Derain’s La Danse (Private collection), Edgar Degas’s Dancers in the Foyer (Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen), Paul Cézanne’s Grandes Baigneuses (National Gallery, London), Edvard Munch’s The Death Bed (KODE Bergen Art Museums, Bergen), Paul Gauguin’s Vision of the Sermon (National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh), Camille Claudel’s Imploration / l’Implorante (Musée Camille Claudel, Nogent-sur-Seine), Lovis Corinth’s Nana, Female Nude (Saint Louis Art Museum, St Louis) and many more.

After Impressionism
25 March – 13 August 2023
The National Gallery, London
Admission charge
Members go free (Members View: Friday 24 March 2023)
Rooms 1-8

by Alain Chivilò