08 Jul 2018
16 Sep 2018

ARTISTS IN NORMANDY. DELACROIX, MONET, BONNARD, DOISNEAU ... FROM THE POINT DE VUE IN DEAUVILLE

Deauville

Every summer, Deauville unveils the Franciscan Museum, a future place of life and cultural abundance, which will open in 2020. This year, the Franciscan Museum are celebrating the Norman landscapes of the 19th and 20th centuries and the artist in its societary and environmental context through 46 exceptional works collected for the first time.

 

150 years of masterpieces exhibited in a chronological scenography: from Delacroix to Monet, from Daubigny to Renoir, from Vuillard to Bonnard, from Vlamincl to Dufy, from Malet to Hamburg, from Robert Doisneau to Massimo Vitali can be discovered at Point de Vue. The works come from the collection of the Franciscan Museum and the "Peindre en Normandie" collection. Which brings together nearly 200 Impressionist works from 1750 to 1950, around the representation of Normandy, its beaches, its landscapes, its still lifes and its inhabitants. An exceptional collection which will be deposited to the Franciscans at its opening.

Pierre Bonnard, Le Basin des yachts à Beauville, 1910
Elliot Erwitt, Teckel de profil arpentant les Planches, 1991
Raoul Dufy, La grille du Haras du Pin, 1930
Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, Une page en Normandie, 1872-1874
Gustave Courbet, La plage à Trouville, 1865
Eugène Delacroix, Falaises à Dieppe, 1834
Claude Monet, Etretat, 1864
DOCUMENTATIONS
General information

LE POINT DE VUE
7, rue de la mer 14800 Deauville 

From 8 July to 16 September, Wednesday to Sunday: 10:30> 13:30 - 14:30> 18:00. Nocturne on Thursdays until 8.30pm.

DIRECTION

Curators : Alain Tapié, Artistic Advisor of the Peindre en Normandie collection

Lynda Frenois, Director of the Franciscan Museum.

CONTACT

Damien Laval 
damien@claudinecolin.com


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