Rouen Museum of Fine Arts
The museum's collection of paintings, sculptures, drawings and art objects - one of the finest in provincial France. The collection of works by Impressionist painters is one of the largest outside of the Musée d'Orsay in Paris.
- Impressionist Paintings in the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen
- Lady's Cowe, Wales - Alfred Sisley
- Chemin montant au soleil - Alfred Sisley
- Bouquet de Chrysanthèmes - Pierre-Auguste Renoir
- L'Inondation à Port-Marly - Alfred Sisley
- Dans un café - Gustave Caillebotte
- Rue Saint-Denis, fête du 30 juin 1878 - Claude Monet. A profusion of tricolour flags hang over the street below.
- L’Eglise de Moret (plein soleil) - Alfred Sisley
- Le Pont Boieldieu à Rouen, soleil couchant, temps brumeux - Camille Pissarro
- La Cathédrale de Rouen. Le Portail et la tour d’Albane. Temps gris - Claude Monet
- Brume sur la Seine - Claude Monet
- Jeanne d'Arc interrogated in prison by the cardinal of Winchester (1824) - Paul Delaroche
- Capture of a horse - Théodore Géricault. Géricault spent his childhood in Rouen, within a family of the royalist bourgeoisie.
- 1 September 1801 - Rouen Museum of Fine Arts instituted by the Chaptal Decree
- 1909 - Donation of Impressionist works from a local industrialist, François Depeaux including a view of Rouen Cathedral by Claude-Oscar Monet (1840-1926). Monet having completed a series of views in various light and weather conditions, brought the cathedral paintings back to his home in Giverny (about halfway between Paris and Rouen). He finally exhibited twenty of them in Paris in 1895.
- February 1880 - The museum established in its current premises, a building designed by architect Louis Sauvageot.
Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen
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