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Whereas some artists of the second half of the 19th Century attempt to depict the reality of their time by borrowing their subjects from daily life and resorting to innovative techniques, referred to as impressionist, Henner follows other paths. He creates a universe of his own where the reality observed becomes a dreamlike vision. Created from more than ninety paintings and drawings taken from the reserves and restored it offers visitors the chance to discover, in this authentic house-studio of the artist, how Jean-Jacques Henner (1829-1905) forges over the years his landscape painting and his pictorial language. (source: musee-henner.fr)
Where: Musée national Jean-Jacques Henner
When: Until July 2, 2012
Practical info (price, times, location/maps, etc) here.
Official site here.