The Impressionism and Post-Impressionism in France Gallery is devoted to avant-garde artists working between about 1870 and 1900. This gallery features Paul Gauguin’s monumental Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? (1897–98) and provides an in-depth look at renowned masters including Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Paul Cézanne, and Vincent van Gogh. The gallery’s display showcases a wide range of landscape paintings and selections from the Museum’s renowned collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist portraiture such as The Duchessa di Montejasi with Her Daughters, Elena and Camilla (about 1876) by Degas and Lullaby: Madame Augustine Roulin Rocking a Cradle (La Berceuse) by Van Gogh (1889). Monet’s grand La Japonaise (Camille Monet in Japanese Costume) (1876) holds a place of honor here following its recent conservation. The gallery also features major works in marble, bronze, and plaster by Auguste Rodin, Degas, and Renoir displayed in sleek new cases against fabric-covered walls and a refinished floor.
Please note that the images shown above may not reflect the objects currently on view.
The renovation of this gallery was made possible with support from the Vance Wall Foundation.