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16 March - 18 August
Conditions
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May 2024
Wednesday 1
11:00 - 18:00
Thursday 2
12:00 - 21:00
Friday 3
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Musée d'art et d'histoire

Rue Charles-GALLAND 2, 1206 Genève

Blue, White and Red

French paintings of the 19th century
16 March - 18 August
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MAH Genève

This exhibition is the result of a programme to promote French paintings of the 19th century (1800-1918), undertaken in 2020 in collaboration with the University of Geneva. It highlights the evolution of artistic taste and techniques during this period of great change. Highlights include works such as Death of Socrates by François-Xavier Fabre and View of Auvers with Wheatfield by Vincent van Gogh. The exhibition explores every aspect of a heritage project, from building the collection to research questions and the painter's craft.

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Texte alternatif à l'image
Portrait de femme, vue de profil
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Event type
Exhibition
Target audience
General public
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Musée d'art et d'histoire (MAH)
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MAH
Campagne - ça se discute
Yesterday or today ? (Intemporality of artwork)

About the location

Musée d'art et d'histoire
Rue Charles-GALLAND 2, 1206 Genève