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The Courtauld Gallery: First for Impressionists
Discover The Courtauld Gallery’s Impressionist and Post-Impressionist collection, featuring paintings by Monet, Degas, Gauguin, and Van Gogh.
Introduction to the Courtauld Gallery
The Courtauld Gallery is one of the finest small museums in the world. Its collection stretches from the early Renaissance into the 20th century and is particularly renowned for the unrivaled collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings. The Gallery also holds an outstanding collection of drawings and prints and fine example of sculpture and decorative arts.
In Focus on Paintings: Cézanne’s Montagne Sainte Victoire
Looking in detail at Cézanne’s Montagne Sainte Victoire with Professor John House.
Edouard Manet’s A Bar at the Folies-Bergère
Fran Herrick discusses ‘the face of fashion’ and Manet’s last great work A Bar at the Folies-Bergère
In Focus on Paintings: Cézanne’s Still Life with a Plaster Cupid
Professor John House, Walter H Annenberg Professor, discusses Still Life and looks in detail at Cézanne’s Still Life with a Plaster Cupid —
…a meditation about the nature of painting itself.
Renoir’s La Loge
Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s La Loge (The Theatre Box), 1874, is a masterpiece of Impressionist painting and one of the most famous works in the Courtauld Gallery’s collection. Looked at here in detail with Professor John House.
The Courtauld Gallery holds the UK’s most important collection of works by the Post-Impressionist master Paul Gauguin. Collecting Gauguin offers a fascinating insight into the development of Gauguin’s reputation in the UK.
Exhibition: The Young Dürer: Drawing the Figure
An introduction to The Courtauld Gallery exhibition The Young Dürer: Drawing the Figure by Curator of Drawings Dr Stephanie Buck
Bruegel to Freud: Prints from The Courtauld Gallery
Curator Dr Rachel Sloan gives an insight into The Courtauld Gallery’s Summer Showcase Bruegel to Freud: Prints from The Courtauld Gallery
A Wise Virgin – The Young Dürer: Drawing the Figure
The Courtauld Gallery’s Curator of Drawings Dr Stephanie Buck discusses in detail Dürer’s drawing of the The Wise Virgin.