Impressionism – Light and memory
August 23 - October 27
This exhibition has selected 73 masterpieces from the collections of the Pola Museum of Art and the Hiroshima Museum of Art. These are centered on French Impressionist landscapes but also include various other works by artists ranging from Delacroix and Corot to Picasso and Matisse — in order to explore themes including the importance of travel and memory for these nineteenth-century painters, their modern gaze on cities and waterscapes, and how impressions of landscapes or changes of transient light are captured in their expression of forms and colors.
Source: Hiroshima Museum of Art website
Seniors (Over 65 with ID): ¥1200
High school & college students: ¥1000
Under 16s: ¥500