Musée du Luxembourg | Exhibition

Pissarro in Eragny. Nature regained Member

from 16 March 2017 to 09 July 2017

19 rue de Vaugirard - 75006 Paris

Musée d'Orsay - Saint-Germain-des-Prés - 6e Arrondissement


The exhibition ‘Pissarro in Eragny. Nature regained' showing from 16 March to 9 July 2017 at the Musée du Luxembourg, highlights a little-known period of the life of Camille Pissarro, between 1884 and 1903, when he lived in Eragny-sur-Epte.

The painter, a forerunner of the Impressionist movement, moved into a charming property in this small village. The richness of the landscape of the French Vexin as well as the work in the fields and the rustic scenes provided the artist with a wonderful source of inspiration. Camille Pissarro experienced a veritable pictorial revival there working in the Neo-Impressionist style and with watercolours. Archival documents, paintings and drawings reflect these years of intense artistic creation.


All public

Prices and times

From 10.30am to 6pm. From 10.30am to 7pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Closed Monday

€12. Reduced rate €8.50. Free for children aged under 16

Musée du Luxembourg

The Luxembourg Museum was the first French museum opened to the public, in 1750. It now hosts two exhibitions a year. These are organized by the Réunion des Musées Nationaux and the Grand Palais. Choice themes are the Renaissance in Europe, the relationship between art and power, as well as the role of Paris as the capital of the arts. Close to the Palace and Luxembourg Gardens, the Museum, owned by the Senate, enjoys an exceptional setting in the heart of the Latin Quarter. Its spaces have been completely redesigned by architect Shigeru Ban to accommodate the Angelina restaurant/tea room and educational workshops of the Museum.

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Musée du Luxembourg

19 rue de Vaugirard
75006 Paris
Tel.. +33 (0) 1 40 13 62 00

  • Subway - Mabillon, Saint-Sulpice
  • RER - Luxembourg
  • SNCF - Gare du Nord
  • Bus - 58, 84, 89
  • Velib', stations n°6009, 6030, 6017. Autolib', 2 rue de Fleurue and 18 rue Madame.

Accessibility information

For people with reduced mobility: lift, disabled toilets, wheelchairs available.
For people with audio impairments: audio guides and hearing loops.

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