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Pissarro and the Ports – Rouen, Dieppe, Le Havre
Musée d’Art moderne André Malraux – Le Havre
27 April–29 September 2013
“The full dimension of the port motif was realized by Camille Pissarro in an important series of three Norman ports, Rouen, Dieppe and Le Havre, that he worked on between 1883 and 1903.
“The exhibition “Pissarro in the Ports” will bring together for the first time thirty or so of these works, most of which have been loaned from public and private collections abroad. Works by Eugène Boudin and Maxime Maufra will complement the set. The exhibition will end with works that are almost contemporary with those of Pissarro, and demonstrate the extent of the rupture that occurred in painting in the first years of the twentieth century.”
Musée d’art moderne André Malraux
2 Boulevard Clemenceau
76 600 Le Havre
Le Havre is reached easily by car or by a short train ride from Paris or Rouen. See www.sncf.com/en/passengers for more information.