Galleries of European Art 1850–1900, 2nd floor
Experience our astonishing collection of Impressionist art like never before in our newly refreshed and reinstalled nineteenth-century European galleries. The thoughtful new arrangement features inspired groupings—luminous landscapes, unconventional nudes—and places paintings side by side with sculpture, furniture, prints, and even wallpaper to reveal shared sources of inspiration among the era’s greatest artists. The galleries culminate in the beautiful Rotunda, which now houses some of our best-loved works by Claude Monet, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Berthe Morisot, Vincent van Gogh, and others.
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Support for the reinstallation of the galleries of nineteenth-century European art has been generously provided by Robert and Lynne Pollack, an anonymous donor in honor of Williamina and Rodolphe Meyer de Schauensee, Barbara B. and Theodore R. Aronson, John and Gloria Drosdick, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart A. Resnick, Harriet and Ron Lassin, Maxine de S. Lewis, Katherine Sachs, and Martha McGeary Snider.
Support for both the exhibition The Impressionist’s Eye and the reinstallation of the galleries of nineteenth-century European art has been generously provided by Lyn M. Ross, Joan F. Thalheimer, and Lois G. and Julian A. Brodsky. The Impressionist’s Eye was made possible by presenting sponsor Bank of America. Contributions to the exhibition were also made by The Robert Montgomery Scott Endowment for Exhibitions, The Laura and William C. Buck Endowment for Exhibitions, The Gloria and Jack Drosdick Fund for Special Exhibitions, The Harriet and Ronald Lassin Fund for Special Exhibitions, The Jill and Sheldon Bonovitz Fund for Exhibitions, and an anonymous donor.
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