The impressive paint returns to be protagonist in the Thyssen-Bornemisza museum from Madrid with the exhibition of Pissarro, a fundamental figure of the impressionist movement, but not too well known.
Behind the exposition Outdoor Impressionism, which presented this museum from February to mid-May, now comes the first monographic exhibition dedicated in Spain to Camille Pissarro, who wrote the statutes of the artists' cooperative of that movement, and the only one who participated in eight exhibitions organized between 1874 and 1886.
Pissarro, which is considered as the patriarch of impressionism, however he was overshadowed by his friend's fame Monet. But in reality, he is not only the first impressionist, as he considered Cezannebut it was also a master of the impressionistsWell, his own Cezanne, Gauguin or Seurat They were to some extent his disciples.
In the Thyssen exhibition 79 works of Pissarro from museums and collectors around the world.
Among them, landscapes of villages where the painter resided, such as Louveciennes, Pontoise and Éragny, prevail, but there are also urban landscapes of cities where Pissarro lived in the last stage of his life, such as Paris, London, Rouen, Dieppe and LeHavre.
The Visiting hours of the Pissarro exhibition at the Thyssen Museum in Madrid they are, from Tuesday to Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Mondays and Sundays, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. The last access is one hour before.
The ticket prices they are, generally, 10 euros; the reduced one, 8 euros; and free entry for children under 12 and unemployed.