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Paul Durand-Ruel, the Paris Dealer Who Put Impressionism on the Map

Casual observers might suppose that mega-galleries like Larry Gagosian’s and David Zwirner’s are a distinctively 21st-century phenomenon. But the gallery of Paul Durand-Ruel, the Paris dealer who put Impressionism on the international map, preceded them by more than a century and a half. 1,105 more words

Jeanne Samary in a Low Necked Dress

Jeanne Samary in a Low Necked Dress completed by Pierre-Auguste Renoir in 1877

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Impressionist train to carry tourists to Monet's Normandy garden

Art lovers visiting France can now take “impressionist trains” to Claude Monet’s former home in Normandy thanks to a service launched by the SNCF rail network this weekend. 303 more words

UK's most popular impressionist artist - Sherree Valentine Daines

Sherree Valentine Daines is one of the UK’s most popular impressionism artists currently living within the British Isles. Daines has released a new collection of signed limited edition prints featuring her popular childhood scenes and high society ascot days.  344 more words