3rd ‘impressionist’ exposition slideshow

 

 

Impressionism, a historical reconstruction:

slideshow

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3rd ‘impressionist’ exposition 1877

 

What pictures were shown at the 3rd ‘impressionist’ exposition?
In 1877 the ‘3e exposition de peinture‘ was held in Paris. This exposition is now mostly called the 3rd ‘impressionist’ exposition. There were 18 partakers. The catalogue rendered the numbers 1-241, but in reality there were about 249 art-works exhibited. On this page you will find 209 pictures of these exhibited art-works. See the accounts of the partakers and the clarification at the bottom of this page. If you double click on the first picture and then click on full screen, you can create a slideshow. On a smartphone or laptop you can also zoom in. Enjoy!

 

Clarification:
On this page you find 209 suggestions for the about 249 art-works that were exhibited at the 3rd ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1877. Catalogue no.42 of Degas probably wasn’t exhibited. Maybe nos.51+54 of Degas weren’t exhibited either, but this is more doubtfull, so I will render them and count them as being exhibited. Probably nos.116+118 of Monet (two interiors of the Gare Saint-Lazare) weren’t exhibited and instead 2 exteriors of the Gare Saint-Lazare were exhibited outside the catalogue (=hc).
Note: the given suggestions vary from certain (=!), to almost certain (=?!), to uncertain (=?), to very uncertain (=??), to most uncertain (=???), to compare (=compare:). Sometimes (40x) I have no suggestion at all, namely nos.34 +35 +36 (of Cordey); no.74+75 (of Jacques François); nos. 76 +77 +78 +79 (of Franc Lamy), nos. 80 +81 +82 +83 +84 +85 (Levert), no.86+89  (Maureau), no.124 (Morisot), nos. 134 +135 +139 +142 +146 +147 +150 +151 +159 (Piette), nos. 228 +229 +230 +231 +232 +233 +234 +235 +236 +237 +238 +240 +241 (Tillot). Helas, of several options I could only find a picture in black and white, namely no.10+14 of Cals, no.67+72 of Guillaumin; no.92+103 of Monet; no.126+127 of Morisot; nos 140 +155 +160 of Piette; no.175+176 of Pissarro; no.203 of Renoir; no.210 of Rouart. The pictures I give to compare that are very weak are nos. 130 +131 + hc of Morisot. See the accounts of the partakers. See link for an explanation of the subscriptions.

 

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