7th ‘impressionist’ exposition slideshow

 

 

Impressionism, a historical reconstruction:

slideshow

of the

7th ‘impressionist’ exposition 1882

What pictures were shown at the 7th ‘impressionist’ exposition?
In 1882 the ‘7me exposition de peinture‘ was held in Paris. This exposition is now mostly called the 7th ‘impressionist’ exposition. There were only 9 partakers. The catalogue rendered the numbers 1-203, but in reality there were about 212 art-works exhibited. On this page you will find 211 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 211 suggestions for the about 212 art-works that were exhibited at the 7th ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1882. The numbers 123 + 124 of Pissarro weren’t exhibited.
Note: the given suggestions vary from certain (=!), to almost certain (=?!), to uncertain (=?), to very uncertain (=??), to most uncertain (=???), to compare (=compare:) with another work of the artist, to compare with a similar work from another artist or even a photo. Sometimes (?x) I have no suggestion at all, namely catalogue no.38 (Guillaumin). Helas, of several options I could only find a picture in black and white, namely nos. 6 +7 +9 +13 of Caillebotte; no.28+30 of Gauguin; no.35 of Guillaumin; no.98 of Morisot; no.126+134 of Pissarro; no.175 of Sisley; nos. 191 +200 +201 of Vignon. The following suggestions to compare are very weak: no.hc1 (Caillebotte), no.35 (Guillaumin), no.203 (Vignon). See the accounts of the partakers. See link for an explanation of the subscriptions.

 

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