“From Van Gogh to Picasso: An exhibition of New York’s Guggenheim masterpieces in Milan.”
You don’t have to fly overseas to see the masterpieces of the great masters of impressionism, post-impressionism and avant-garde of the early twentieth century: paintings by Cezanne, Degas, Gauguin, Manet, Monet, Renoir, Van Gogh and Picasso. 50 works by great artists, which have never been exported outside the United States before, can be visited at the Palazzo Reale before March 1, 2020. GUGGENHEIM La collezione Thannhauser. Da Van Gogh a Picasso”, where the great history of collecting is intertwined, crossing the entire twentieth century. Every year Palazzo Reale offers to get acquainted with collections of prestigious museums of the world.
The Solomon Guggenheim Museum is a museum of art in the United States created by art patron and collector Solomon Guggenheim. Located in Manhattan, it is considered one of the oldest and most visited contemporary art collections in the world.
Paintings presented at the exhibition:
Among the works on display in Milan at the exhibition “From Van Gogh to Picasso: An exhibition of New York’s Guggenheim masterpieces in Milan” will feature two paintings by Pierre-Auguste Renoir: “Donna con pappagallino (1871) and Natura morta: fiori (1885); four paintings by Georges Braque, including Paesaggio nei pressi di Anversa (1906), Chitarra, bicchiere e piatto di frutta sopra un buffet (1919), and Teiera su fondo giallo (1955) by Tannhauser.
The exhibition includes six works by Paul Cézanne, four of which belong to Tannhauser – two landscapes “Dintorni del Jas de Bouffan” (1885-1887) and the magnificent “Bibémus” (1894-1895), “Natura morta: Fiasco, bicchiere e brocca” (c. 1877) and Natura morta: piatto di pesche (1879-1880). Vincent van Gogh’s works include Strada con sottopasso (1887), Paesaggio con la neve (1888) and Montagne a Saint-Rémy (1889)
The exhibition features 13 works by Picasso, including those written during his first visit to Paris
Period of the exhibition:
From 17 October 2019 to 1 March 2020.
Mon.: 14:30 – 19:30
Tue.: 09:30 – 19:30
Wed.: 09:30 – 19:30
Thu.: 09:30 – 22:30
Fri.: 09:30 – 19:30
Sat.: 09:30 – 22:30
Sat.: 09:30 – 19:30
Last launch an hour before closing
Opening hours on November 1: 9.30 – 22.30
(Audio guide included)
1 or 2 adults € 10 / children under 6 to 14 years € 6