Once the turner exhibition at Prado Museum from Madrid, in a short time you have the opportunity to see a exposition from another great world artist, in this case, the impressionist painter Renoir.
October 19 until February 13, 2011 (UPGRADE: the visit date of the exhibition has been extended from February 6 to February 13) you can see the temporary exhibition Passion for Renoir, which shows 31 works by one of the most prestigious representatives of impressionist painting.
The collection shown in the Prado Museum since mid-October it belongs to the American collector Robert Sterling Clark, founder of Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute based in Williamstown, Massachusetts.
The exhibition Passion for Renoir It will be the first monographic exhibition dedicated to this impressionist painter, and that more works will be able to be seen. In the recent impressionist painting exhibition in the Maphre Foundation some works of Renoir could be seen.
In the Renoir exhibition at the Prado Museum You can see works by the artist made between 1874 and 1900, with a wide variety of genres, from the portrait and the female figure, to the landscape, still life and flowers.
At present, in Spain the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum It is the only public collection where you can see some work by Renoir.
More information about Renoir's exhibition at the Prado Museum<>