Expositions: partaking artists

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1874 – 1886 expositions

overview partaking artists



Here below in the PDF you’ll find an overview of the 56+2hc artists that exhibited at the eight ‘impressionist’  expositions in the years 1874, 76, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82 and 86. Added in red are also the artists that weren’t mentioned in the catalogue (=hc=hors catalogue) but according to Moffett (R2) and Denvir (R5) did exhibit. You’ll see only Camille Pissarro did join all the eight expositions. Rouart, Morisot and Degas 7x (they were absent at the 1882 exposition). Guillaumin and Tillot 6x. Monet exhibited 5x, Renoir and Sisley 4x. So lesser known artists exhibited more often than these three masters of Impressionism. Remarkable is that in 1874 more than half of all partaking artists exhibited and in 1882 only 9. After 1874 15 of the 30+1hc partaking artists stopped exhibiting with the impressionists. In 1886 5+1hc artists joined for the first and last time.


overview partakers impressionist expos


Main sources:
  •  Moffett, Charles S., et al. The New Painting : Impressionism 1874-1886. San Francisco : Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 1986 (=R2)
  • salons.musee-orsay.fr, un projet du musée d’Orsay et de l’Institut national d’histoire de l’art soutenu par le Ministère de la Culture et de la communication, consulté le 24/01/2018 (=iR1)
  • for additional general references (=R) see .