Exhibition on Screen: The Impressionists – competition


Exhibition On Screen presents a fascinating new film about the man who changed the art world forever: Paul Durand-Ruel. He was the art dealer who first built an audience for the work of the Impressionists, creating the modern art market in the process.

With exclusive access to the blockbuster exhibition currently on view at the National Gallery, cinema audiences can enjoy universally loved masterpieces by Manet, Monet, Renoir, Cézanne, Pissarro and Degas on the big screen.

Discover more about Paul Durand-Ruel and the artists themselves via diary extracts, revealing insights in their own words and interviews with curators of the exhibition, and gain an exciting, fresh perspective on these revolutionary artists.

Exhibition On Screen The Impressionists: And The Man Who Made Them screens at Picturehouse cinemas on Monday 1 June. Don’t miss out – book your tickets here.


For your chance to win a pair of tickets to the hugely successful Inventing Impressionism  exhibition at the National Gallery before it closes on Sunday 31 May, plus a copy of the exhibition catalogue, simply email with your name and phone number and the answer to the following question: In which city did Impressionism originate?

The competition closes at 3.00 on Friday 22 May, we’ll notify the winner by telephone.  Terms and conditions apply.

Springtime, 1872 Claude Monet, The Walters Museum of Art



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