At Palazzo Bonaparte in Rome the exhibition Impressionisti Segreti (Secret Impressionists). To celebrate the opening of the Palace – which Generali Italia makes available to the city of Rome as a new Generali Value Culture space – over 50 works are exhibited in the marvelous rooms of the noble floor, which was the home of Maria Letizia Ramolino – mother of Napoleon Bonaparte. The exhibition includes artists like Monet, Renoir, Cezanne, Pissaro, Sisley, Callebotte, Morisot, Gonzales, Signac, Van Rysselberghe and Cross. Treasures hidden from the wider public, from private collections rarely accessible and granted exceptionally for this exhibition.
The exhibition represents a unique opportunity to make a fascinating journey to discover Impressionism through magnificent and unpublished works within the prestigious and never revealed frame of Palazzo Bonaparte, one of the most secret and best preserved jewels of Rome.
The curators of the exhibition
The exhibition is curated by two internationally renowned experts: Claire Durand-Ruel, descendant of Paul Durand-Duel, who redefined the role of art dealer and first supporter of the Impressionists, and Marianne Mathieu, scientific director of the Marmottan Museum Monet of Paris, home of the world’s richest collections of Claudio Monet and Berthe Morisot.
Production and Organization
The exhibition is produced and organized by the Arthemisia Group, in partnership with Generali Valore Cultura. It’s sponsored by the Embassy of France in Italy, by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and by the Region of Lazio and is organized in collaboration with the Department of Cultural Growth – Superintendency for the Cultural Heritage of Rome.
Info about exhibition
from 6 October 2019 to 8 March 2020
Hours: Monday to Friday 9.00 am – 7.00 pm / Saturday and Sunday 9.00 am – 9.00 pm
Full price € 15.00 (+ presale)
Reduced price € 13.00 (+ presale)