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Paul Durand-Ruel -The Gamble of the Impressionists - Manet, Monet, Renoir

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This new exhibit will be at the Musée du Luxembourg through February 8, 2015. For those who love the Orangerie, the Marmottan and the Orsay, this should be an interesting exposition of the importance of Durand-Ruel who tirelessly supported these artists both artistically and financially.

After the Luxembourg, the exhibit moves to the National Gallery in London from March 4-May 31, then to the Philadelphia Museum of Art from June 18-September 13.

http://en.museeduluxembourg.fr/paul-durand-ruel-gamble-impressionists

To coordinate with this exhibit, a free 8-week online MOOC course is being offered. It's in French. More info here:

http://tinyurl.com/lbpu6uv (link from the Grand Palais website)

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