This is an uncharacteristic exhibition about Impressionist paintings. After more than a century of their quality being generally appreciated, it is fascinating to learn about the severe financial risks taken by their 'champion' to sell their paintings to an initially sceptical ( and even hostile) potential market.
The exhibition is in its last weeks, but is well worth visiting.
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