The month of November offers two free chance to see the exhibition: "From the Musée d'Orsay. Impressionists Tête-à-tête" with the initiative Evenings of art promoted by Lotto. On 12 and 27 November from 19:00 to 21:00 you can participate in the exhibition of French Impressionists from the Musee D'Orsay which will be in Rome until 7 February 2016.
The exhibition is a real dedication to Impressionism French that offers a social portrait to the city of Paris during the second half of the nineteenth century.
Sixty paintings and sculptures, the first dating back to 1855 up to 1913 to works depicting the most important cultural changes in French society that Monet, Renoir, Degas and Cezanne and many others liked immortalising in their paintings.
The Impressionists protagonists of the exhibition portraying the works exhibited great characters, moments of everyday life and open-air showing the personal views and impressions related to a changing world heading towards a new era, that of modernity.
The figures portrayed with clothes, posture and clothing details, places immortalized, the various environments that characterize some paintings take the viewer to project themselves naturally in a typical Parisian setting of the late nineteenth century with all its nuances artistic and social to be seized in a glance. The works offer a myriad of emotions because to describe not only the environment, but also all its main protagonists: bourgeois, painters, writers and children who together give shape and force to a whole historical period.
The Balcony of Manet is to report Woman with coffee Cezanne, Rodin and the portrait of Victor Hugo are only some of the pieces present at the Vittoriano to the exhibition entitled From the Musée d'Orsay. Impressionists Tête-à-tête. You can see the exhibition from October 15 to February 7 Monday through Thursday from 9:30 to 19:30, and on Friday and Saturday from 9:30 to 22:00; Sunday the Victorian open from 9:30 to 22:30 and the ticket price goes from 12 to nine euro if you have special reductions.