Van Gogh

At la Pinacothèque de Paris, from 03 October 2012 to 17 March 2013

Dreaming of Japan

The  two exhibitions displayed simultaneously in both spaces of the discount viagra without prescription Pinacothèque de Paris allow visitors to compare Van Gogh’s œuvre with that of Hiroshige.

Everything has been said on Van Gogh’s psychological frailty, on his bipolar disorders, his schizophrenia and cialis generic on his crises of delirium accompanied by delusions, as well as on their direct consequences on his body of work and viagra discounts on his way of seeing the world. But it is quite legitimate to wonder if the analysis of his serious trouble, placed alongside his works’ analysis has not finally led to our forgetting the essential.

A more traditional approach of his work allows us to note above all that his references were turned toward an art that was the opposite of what he produced: that of Hiroshige. An art whose whole philosophy rests upon solidity, composition, serenity, travel and viagra no perscription uk inner peace.

That meeting of opposites is astonishing but made possible today thanks to the simultaneous exhibition of Van Gogh’s art and pharmacy viagra that of Hiroshige in the Pinacothèque de Paris. There has never been such an in-depth study of Van Gogh’s references and canadian healthcare pharmacy never has there been such a daring confrontation. It enables us to realize that Van Gogh’s references to Japan in general and viagra buy to Hiroshige in particular were not only reduced to a few key works, obvious copies of the master of Edo (Tokyo’s ancient name until 1868), but that the majority of his landscapes from 1887 onwards were constructed around a referential system, in the centre of which is found, almost systematically, Hiroshige’s oeuvre.

By showing about forty works and cialis dosage mainly landscapes, the exhibition – the first one devoted exclusively to the Dutch artist for decades in Paris – is a clear demonstration of the importance of Japanese art in Impressionist art. The comparison with Hiroshige, thanks to these two simultaneous exhibitions is obviously a première that allows a confrontation of an incomparable accuracy.    


 


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  • Join ticket  Van Gogh - Hiroshige

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The two temporary exhibitions Van Gogh, dreaming of Japan - Hiroshige, the art of travel.

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  • Twinned ticket Van Gogh - Hiroshige + The Collections

(sold until 16h, on Wednesdays and Fridays until 18h)
The two temporary exhibitions Van Gogh, dreaming of Japan - Hiroshige, the art of travel and The Collections.

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