Impressionists in London exhibition at Tate Modern
A greatly lauded exhibit of French Impressionists who sought refuge in London to escape war and unrest in their homeland will close 7 May.
The EY Exhibition: The Impressionists in London at the Tate Modern presents works by Monet, Tissot, Pissarro, Dalou, Sisley, Derain, Legros and more and is the first exhibit to examine their bonds with and influence on British artists by seeing London through French Impressionists’ eyes.
The Impressionists in London exhibition at Tate Modern is a unique look at London from 1870-1904 while, across the Channel, their country was torn by the Franco-Prussian War, and insurrection plagued Paris.
A specially created three-course menu is offered in conjunction with the exhibit, and guided tours are offered each Wednesday.