International impressionist exhibitions

 

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Meta-Impressionism / other exhibitions

International impressionist exhibitions

1882 onwards

 

Introduction:
The ‘impressionist’ expositions held from 1874-86 mostly weren’t called that way (see link). But there were several exhibitions held outside of France (and some in France) that explicitly were called “impressionist” exhibitions. On this page you will find a chronological overview of these exhibitions. It is interesting to see what artists with what works exhibited at these exhibitions. In other words: what artists and what art-works were presented as “impressionist” and influenced the picturisation (outside of France) of what Impressionism looks like and who were impressionist artists. Namely the art-dealer Durand-Ruel played an important role in this.

 

1882, London, England, Durand-Ruel:
In the Summer of 1882 (in July) there was an “Exposition impressionniste organisée par Durand-Ruel” at 13, King Street, St. James (R22IV,p1016), also called “exhibition of impressionists paintings lent by Durand-Ruel” (R31,p315). Partakers were Cassatt, Degas, Monet (4x), Renoir and Sisley and also Delacroix and Jean-François Millet. The exhibition received a positive review in the (Evening) Standard (1882/07/01), the anonymous critic wrote that Impressionism “aims generally to record what the eye sees, and not what the mind knows the eye ought to see…” (R2,p382+391). (Note: Denvir writes the opening was the 5th of May; R5,p129).
Sources: R5,p129/130;R22IV,p1016;R31,p301+315;R2,p382.
Monet:
London-EI-1882-?1, =? CR290
=? 2IE-1876-148 =London-SdI-1883-16 (Le Petit Bras à Argenteuil) =DR1883-7 or 50 (solo expo) =London-ETI-1884 =NY-AAG-1886-282 (Petit bras d’Argenteuil). Bought by Durand-Ruel from Oudard in 1882 and sold in 1886.
London-EI-1882-?2, = CR722 =Tours-1882 =Boston-1883-13. Bought by Durand-Ruel 1882/04 and sold in 1906.
London-EI-1882-?3, =? CR731 =GP-EIP-1885-69. Probably bought by Durand-Ruel 1882/04 and sold to Georges Petit in 1883.
London-EI-1882-?4, =? CR734 =DR1883-3 or 27 (solo expo). Bought by Durand-Ruel 1882/04.

 

1882, Berlin, Germany, Gurlitt:
In Autumn 1882 there was the first “Exposition impressionniste” at the Gurlitt’s Kunstsalon. Partakers were Monet (2x).
(R22IV,p1016; R5,p215; R31,p315)
Monet:
Berlin-Gurlitt-1882-?1, =CR377 =Berlin-Gurlitt-1883-?1. Provenance: Ernest Chesneau, Durand-Ruel (1881), Charles Ephrussi (1882/Summer), Berstein, Berlin (1882ca).
Berlin-Gurlitt-1882-?2, =? CR464 =? Berlin-Gurlitt-1883-?2. Provenance: probably Carl Bernstein (1882ca).

 

1883, London, England, Durand-Ruel:
From April (the 15th or 20th) till July there was a small exhibition at Dowdeswell and Dowdeswell’s Galleries, New bond Street 133 in London. It was called “Paintings, drawings and pastels by Members of La Société des impressionnistes“. It was organised by Durand-Ruel. Partakers were Boudin, Cassatt, Degas, Manet, Monet (4x), Morisot, Pissarro (8x), Renoir (10x) and Sisley.
Monet:
London-SdI-1883-16, Le Petit Bras à Argenteuil
=CR290 =NY-AAG-1886-282 =? 2IE-1876-148 =?London-IE-1882 =DR1883-7 or 50 (solo expo) =London-ETI-1884.
Pissarro:
London-SdI-1883-5, =CCP662 =7IE-1882-111 =DR1892-16 (solo-expo). Bought by Durand-Ruel 1881/12/19, sold to Georges Petit 1883/08/09, bought back 1891/04/17.
London-SdI-1883-9 =CCP649 =7IE-1882-117 =DR1888-78 =DR1892-12. Bought by Durand-Ruel 1881/05/04, sold 1944/04/07.
London-SdI-1883-24 =CCP661 =7IE-1882-118 =Sint-Petersbourg-1899-277. Bought by Durand-Ruel 1881/08/04, sold 1963/07/08.
London-SdI-1883-25 =? CCP699 =?DR1883-32 =London-1892. Bought by Durand-Ruel 1883/04/25, sold 1890/12/11 to Coquelin.
London-SdI-1883-27 =?CCP654 =7IE-1882-103. Bought by Durand-Ruel 1882/03/02, sold to Georges Petit 1883/08/09.
London-SdI-1883-28 =CCP627 =5IE-1880-130 =DR1904-59. Provenance: Durand-Ruel (1881/01/14), Georges Petit (1883/04/24), Gérin (1904ca).
London-SdI-1883-29 =CCP671 =7IE-1882-112. Bought by Durand-Ruel 1882/02/01, sold to Georges Petit 1883/08/09.
London-SdI-1883-62, La Moisson =? 7IE-1882-113, La Moisson =?? CCP464 =DR1888-75 =Brussels-1889 =6XX-1889-1. Bought by Durand-Ruel 1888/05/24, sold 1890/10/04.
Sources: R22IV,p1016+CR290+751+758+762;R116I,p362+CCP627+649+?654+661+662+671+?699; R5,p134/5;R31,p315;R42,p92;R312,p36.

 

1883, Berlin, Germany, Gurlitt:
From October till December 1883 there was again an exhibition at Fritz Gurlitt’s Kunstsalon in Berlin called “Die Pariser Impressionisten“. Partakers were Monet (2x?), Pissarro (2x?), Renoir.
Monet:
Berlin-Gurlitt-1883-?1 =CR377 =Berlin-Gurlitt-1882-?1. Provenance: Ernest Chesneau, Durand-Ruel (1881), Charles Ephrussi (1882/Summer), Berstein, Berlin (1882ca).
Berlin-Gurlitt-1883-?2 =? CR464 =? Berlin-Gurlitt-1882-?2,. Provenance: probably Carl Bernstein (1882ca).
Pissarro:
Berlin-Gurlitt-1883-?1 =CCP721. Bought by Durand-Ruel before 1891, sold 1937/10/16. Oil painting first listed as gouache and détrempes.
Berlin-Gurlitt-1883-?2 = ??
Sources: R22IV,p1016;R116I,p362;R5,p215;R31,p315).

1884, London, England, loans Durand-Ruel:
In May and June 1884 at the Egyptian Hall of the Dudley Gallery in Piccadilly there was an exhibition held that was called “Exposition de tableaux impressionnistes appartenant à Durand-Ruel”. So the works were lent by Durand-Ruel. Among them were works of Monet (5x), Pissarro (9x), Sisley.
Sources:R22IV,p1016;R116I,p362;R53,p141.
Monet:
London-ETI-1884-?1, =CR284
London-ETI-1884-?2, =? CR290
=? 2IE-1876-148 =London-EI-1882 =London-SdI-1883-16 (Le Petit Bras à Argenteuil) =DR1883-7 or 50 (solo expo) =NY-AAG-1886-282 (Petit bras d’Argenteuil).
London-ETI-1884-?3, =? CR722
London-ETI-1884-?4, =CR821
London-ETI-1884-?5, =CR828
Pissarro:
London-ETI-1884-?1, =CCP643
London-ETI-1884-?2, =CCP656
London-ETI-1884-?3, =CCP665
London-ETI-1884-?4, Maison du passeur
London-ETI-1884-?5, Jeune femme assise
London-ETI-1884-?6, L’Ermitage de Pontoise
London-ETI-1884-?7, Effet de neige.
London-ETI-1884-?8, L’Oise à Pontoise.
London-ETI-1884-?9, ??

 

1884, Rouen, France, collection Murer:
In 1884 there was an exhibition of the collection of Murer in his Hôtel du Dauphin et de l’Espagne called “Magnifique collection d’impressionnistes“. In the represented collection were works of Monet (3x). (R22IV,p1016).
Monet:
1884-Rouen-Murer-?1, =CR304
1884-Rouen-Murer-?2, =CR338
1884-Rouen-Murer-?3, =? CR415

 

1886, New York, USA, loans Durand-Ruel:
From the 10th of  April there was an exhibition at the American Art Galleries and from the 25th of May till June at the National Academy of Design. It was called “Works in Oil and Pastel by the Impressionists of Paris“. All the works were lent by Durand-Ruel. (=NY-AAG-1886) See the separate page.

 

1889, Copenhagen, Denmark:
1889/10/31 – 11/11 there was an exhibition held in the Kunstforeningen that was called “Impressionnistes nordiques et français“. Partakers were Cassatt, Cézanne, Degas, Guillaumin, Pissarro (7x?) and Sisley (R5,p170), probably also Forain (aR4). Gauguin was a co-organiser (R49). Note: Denvir mentions it started the 30th of October (R5,p170).
Pissarro:
1889-INF-Copenhagen-1? =CCP423
1889-INF-Copenhagen-2? =CCP561
1889-INF-Copenhagen-3? =CCP579
1889-INF-Copenhagen-4? =CCP605
1889-INF-Copenhagen-5? =CCP651
1889-INF-Copenhagen-6? =CCP700
1889-INF-Copenhagen-7? =? CCP739
(R116I,p363).

1891, Boston, USA, loans Durand-Ruel:
From 17 till 28 March there was an exhibition at the Chase’s Gallery held called “Paintings by the Impressionists of Paris: Monet, Pissarro, Sisley”. All works were lent by Durand-Ruel. Monet surely exhibited 13 works, maybe 20; Pissarro (5x); Sisley.
Sources: R22IV,p1017+CR564+639+644+652+678+719+729+743+818+839+975or986+1230+1252; R116I,p363+CCP444or645+656+701+?756+830.

1892, Montréal, Canada:
In April 1892 there had been an exhibition called ‘Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Paintings” at F. Scott and Sons in Montréal. Note: maybe this was the first time that the term Post-Impressionist was used. The paintings were lent by Durand-Ruel. Works were exhibited of Monet (?x), Pissarro (2x?). (R22IV,p1017;R116I,p363+CCP322+385).

 

1901, London, England:
In January and February at the Hannover Gallery there was an exhition held called “Pictures by French Impressionists: Monet, Sisley, Pissarro, Renoir and other masters”. Among the partakers were Monet (9x); Pissarro (10x). (R22IV,p1018+CR288+511+545+681+738+796+803+819+1130; R116I,p365+CCP673+757+773+805+813+907+946+1207+1210)

 

1903, Vienna, Austria:
In January and February 1903 there was an exhibition held at the Wiener Secession called “Entwicklung des Impressionismus in Malerei und Plastik”. Among the partakers were Monet (7x?; cat.nos.38-44), Pissarro (4x?; cat.nos65-69). (R22IV,p1019+CR62+132+273+744+745+826;R116I,p365+CCP375).

 

1903, Paris, France, Bernheim-Jeune:
From 2 till 25 April Bernheim-Jeune held an exhibition called “Oeuvres de l’école impressionniste“. Among the partakers were Monet (6x;cat.nos.37-42); Pissarro (5x;cat.nos46-50). (R22IV,p1018+CR185+387+?534+569+1177+1186; R116I,p366+CCP199+?347+510+824)

 

1904, La Libre Esthétique, Brussels, Belgium:
From the 25th of February till the 29th of March there was an exhibition held at La Libre Esthétique in Brussels called “Peintres Impressionnistes“. (see link)

1903, Weimar, Germany, Harry Kesler:
Weimar, 1903/08, Musée grand-ducal “Deutsche und französische Impressionisten und Neo-impressionisten“, organised by Harry Kesler. Works were exhibited of Signac; (R106,p420).

1904, Krefeld:
1904/02/16 – 28, at the Kaiser Wilhelm Museum “Der Französischen Impressionismus“. (The exhibition first took place in Weimar.) Note: the difference in naming. Works were exhibited of Signac; (R106,p420).

1904, Dresden, Germany, Ernst Arnold:
At the Kunst-Salon of Ernst Arnold in Dresden there was an exhibition held in 1904 that was called “Deutsche und Französische Impressionisten und Neo-Impressionisten“. Namely there were works exhibited of Pissarro (posthumous) (1x) (R116I,p366+CCP1038).

1906, Montreal, Canada:
From 12 till 28 February 1906 there was an exhibition held at the Art Gallery in Montreal called “Some French Impressionists“. Namely there were works exhibited of Monet (;cat.nos.5-7), Pissarro (posthumous) (3x; cat.nos11-13). (R22IV,p1019+757+841+1604; R116I,p367+CCP160+792+1143).

1906, Posen, Germany / Poznan, Poland:
From April the 16th till May the 13th there was an exhibition held in the Kaiser-Friedrich Museum in Posen called “Ausstellung von Werken französischer Impressionisten; Courbet, Monet, Pissarro, Sisley, Cézanne, Renoir, Degas.” So there were works exhibited of Cézanne, Degas, Monet (1x?),  Pissarro (posthumous), Renoir, Sisley and also of Courbet. (R22IV,p1019+CR807; R116I,p367).

1906, London, England, Grafton Galleries:
At the Grafton Galleries there was an exhibition held called “Impressionists“. Among the partakers were Monet (1x). (R22IV,p1019+CR81)

1907, Prague, Czech Republic:
In October and November 1907 there was an exhibition held by the Cercle Mánes in Prague called “Triadvacaté výsavy spolku výtvarných umelcu Mánes: Francouzsti impressionisté” (Twenty-third anniversary of the Mánes Association of Visual Artists: the French Impressionists). There were 156 works exhibited by 40 artists, many works seem to have been for sale (I assume in Tjech Kronen). There were works exhibited of the partakers of the ‘impressionist’ expositions (1874-86): Boudin (8x), Cassatt (1x), Cézanne (4x), Degas (3 oils and 3 pastels), Forain (2 oils + 2 drawings), Gauguin (6x), Guillaumin (3x), Leboug (5x), Monet (8x), Morisot (2x), Pissarro (6x), Raffaëlli (3 oils + 2 coloured etchings), Renoir (7x), Signac (4x, including 2 watercolours), Sisley (9x). There also were works of Para-Impressionist: Albert André (2x), Auguste Bréal (2x), Daumier (4 paintings), Maxime Dethomas (3 drawings), Georges d’Espagnat (3x), Pierre Laprade (2x), Louis Legrand (5x pastel), Gustave Loiseau (2x), Adolphe Monticelli (7x), Manet (5x), Maxime Maufra (3x), Henry Moret (2x); works of Néo-Impressionists: Cross (3x), Luce (4x), Théo van Rysselberghe (3x); and works of Post-Impressionists: Anquetin (2 oils + 1 pastel), Bernard (3x), Bonnard (2x),  Ibels (1 oil + 1 gouache), Albert Marquet (2x), George Manzana Pissarro (2x), Roussel (2x), Valtat (3x), Van Gogh (6x)Vuillard (3x), .
Sources: (R116I,p367+CCP553+573+667+1344).
Catalogue: In Database of Modern Exhibitions (DoME). European Paintings and Drawings 1905-1915. Last modified Aug 3, 2020. http://exhibitions.univie.ac.at/exhibition/128 .

1907-1909, USA, traveling exhibition, loans by Durand-Ruel:
From 1907 till 1909 there was a traveling exhibition called “Paintings by the French Impressionists“. It was held in Buffalo, Saint-Louis, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Milwaukee and maybe also in Cleveland and Worcester. The works were lent by Durand-Ruel. The catalogue numbers varied in the catalogues and not all works were exhibited in all the cities. Among them were works of Monet (12x); Pissarro (7x). (R22IV,p1019+CR19+276+372+508+638+719+869+1155+1461+1539+1611+1638; R116I,p367+CCP160+732+741+1073+1089+1124+1166)

1908, Zurich, Swiss:
From the 1st of October till the 1st of November 1908 there was an exhibition held at the Kunsthaus in Zurich called “Französische Impressionisten“. Namely there were works exhibited of Monet (3x; cat.nos.17-19); Pissarro (posthumous) (3x;cat.nos20-22). (R22IV,p1020+CR717+819+1632; R116I,p368+CCP453+446+573); Boudin (1x); Cézanne (3x); Dégas (1x); Gauguin (1x); Guillaumin (3x; cat.nos.7-9); Lépine (1x); Redon (1x); Renoir (4x); Signac (3x); Sisley (3x);
And also: Albert André (2x); Bonnard (3x); Braque (2x); Charles Camoin (3x); Lucie Cousturier (2x); Cross (3x); Denis (4x); Dufy (3x); Espagnat (1x); Jules Leon Flandrin (2x); Friesz (1x); Pierre Paul Girieud (1x); Vincent van Gogh (2x); Constantin Guys (2x); CFP Guérin (2x); Auguste Herbin (6x); Thomas Jean (2x); Jongkind (1x); Pierre Laprade (1x); Gustave Loiseau (1x); Luce (2x); Aristide Maillol (1x); Manet (2x); Manguin (2x); Marquet (2x); Matisse (2x); Maufra (1x); Jean Metzinger (2x); Henry Moret (1x); Picasso (2x); Jean Puy (2x); Paul Elie Ranson (1x); Hyacinthe Rigaud (1x); Roussel (2x), Théo van Rysselberghe (1x); Nicolas Alexandrovitch Tarkhoff (1x); Toulouse-Lautrec (1x); Valloton (2x); Vuillard (3x).
Catalogue: “VIII. Serie Französische Impressionisten.” In Database of Modern Exhibitions (DoME). European Paintings and Drawings 1905-1915. Last modified Jul 27,  2020. http://exhibitions.univie.ac.at/exhibition/1465. (iR261;M86).

1909, London, England, Patterson:
At 5, Old Bond Street in London W.B. Patterson organised an exhibition called “Pictures by the French Impressionists: Boudin, Courbet, Degas, Manet, Monet, Pissarro, Puvis de Chavannes, Renoir, Sisley, Vollon”. Monet exhibited, but it is unclear with how many and what works. Posthumous 1 work of Pissarro was exhibited (R22IV,p1020;R116I,p367+CCP903or1467).

1909/November, Munich, Germany, loans Durand-Ruel:
In November 1909 there was an Opening exhibition at the ‘Moderne Galerie’ in Munich. There was a small sub-exhibition called “Impressionisten-Ausstellung” in the Oberlichtsaal. I will indicate these works with an *. The paintings were lent by Durand-Ruel. Works were exhibited of Cassatt (1x; cat.no.6); Guillaumin (1x; cat.no.11*+12*+13+14+15*); Monet (5x; cat.nos.23, 24*, 25, 26, 27); Renoir (7x; cat.nos.44+45*+46+47+48+49+50+51); Sisley (4x; cat.nos.52*+53+54+55). All works of Degas (3x; cat.nos.8-10), Gauguin (cat.no.203), Morisot (2x; cat.nos.36+37), Pissarro (6x; cat.nos.38-43+142), Redon (cat.no.157+167) were exhibited in other rooms. And also of Bonnard (1x), Courbet (1x), Jongkind (1x), Manet (4x), Monticelli. (iR261;R22IV,p1020+CR642+851+1130+1156+1536;R116I,p368+CCP551).
Catalogue: “Eröffnungs-Ausstellung November 1909. Moderne Galerie München.” In Database of Modern Exhibitions (DoME). European Paintings and Drawings 1905-1915. Last modified Jul 27, 2020. http://exhibitions.univie.ac.at/exhibition/1451. (iR261;iR276).

1910, Budapest, Hungary:
From April till May in the Müvészház (House of arts) there was an exhitibion held called “nemzetközi impresszionista kiállitása” (international impressionist exhibition). 150 works were exhibited by 70 artists, including Boudin, Cassatt, Cézanne, Degas, Gauguin, Monet (1x; cat.nos.23), Pissarro (2x;cat.nos24+hc), Raffaëlli, Renoir, Sisley. (R22IV,p1020+CR343;R116I,p368).
Catalogue: 1910/04/27-06/19, in Budapest  “Nemzetközi Impresszionista kiállítás.” In Database of Modern Exhibitions (DoME). European Paintings and Drawings 1905-1915. Last modified Mar 3, 2021. http://exhibitions.univie.ac.at/exhibition/283 =iR261;

1910, Florence, Italy:
From the 20th of April till the 15th of May there was an exhibition held at the Lyceum Club in Florence called “Prima mostra italiana dell’Impressionismo” (First Italian Exhibition of Impressionism). Among the partakers were Monet (2x; cat.nos.40+41). (R22IV,p1020+CR681+851).

1911, Vienna, Austria:
In October and November 1911 there was an exhibition at the Galerie Arnot in Vienna called “Französische Impressionisten“. Works were exhibited of Monet (5x?; cat.nos.4-11); Pissarro (12x;cat.nos12-23). (R22IV,p1021+CR520+793+1088+1419a+1673; R116I,p369+CCP?412+573+822or827+1178+1205or1207+?1262+?1351+?1370).

1912, Basel, Swiss:
January 1912 there was an exhibition held in the Kunsthalle in Basel which called “Französischen Impressionisten“. Works were exhibited of Pissarro (18x;cat.nos90-107).
(R116I,p369+CCP?128+?294+471+553+559+629+805+?847+850+925+1184+1250+1253+1262+1326+1335).

1913, Boston, USA, St. Botolh Club:
From the 20th (or 21th) till the 31th of January 1913 there was an exhibition held at the St. Botolph Club in Boston called “Impressionist Paintings“. Among the partakers were Monet (4x?; cat.nos.2+8+10+25); Pissarro (3x?; cat.nos.6+16+19). The paintings were lend by Durand-Ruel. (R22IV,p1021+CR578+1302+1514+1639; R116I,p369+CCP157+726+1124).

1913, Vienna, Austria, Miethke, loans Durand-Ruel:
In March 1913 there was an exhibition held at Miethke in Vienna called “Französische Impressionisten“. The paintings were lent by Durand-Ruel. 34 works were exhibited by 14 aritist, including Boudin, Cassatt, Cézanne, Monet (2x?; cat.nos.23+26), Morisot, Pissarro (5x?), Renoir, Sisley. (R22IV,p1021+CR140+288; R116I,p369, CCP471+946+1023+1208+1220).
Catalogue
1913/03/01, in Vienna: “Französische Impressionisten.” In Database of Modern Exhibitions (DoME). European Paintings and Drawings 1905-1915. Last modified Jul 27, 2020. http://exhibitions.univie.ac.at/exhibition/538 =iR261;

1913, Rome:
1913, March till June, Palazzo dell’Esposizone: “Prima Esposizione Internazionale d’Arte della “Secessione”.” Exhibition of 644 works by 195 artists. There also was a “Sala degli Impressionisti Francesi”, including works of the partakers of the ‘impressionist’ exposition from 1874-86: Forain (no.8), Guillaumin (9+17), Lebourg (18+19), Monet (26+29+39), Morisot (31), Pissarro (10+28), Renoir (16+21), Signac (37+41), Sisley (15). And of Para-Impressionists like Carrière (no.33+40), Guérin (36+45), Jovenau (48+50), Laprade (27), Manet (32), Morrice (11), Peské (35), Puy (22), Simon (23). And of Néo-Impressionists like Cross (5), Luce (24+30) Théo van Rysselberghe (14+38). And of Post-Impressionists like Bernard (46), Bonnard (1+34), Denis (25); Ker-Xavier Roussel (7+43), Vallotton (2+6), Vuillard (42+47). And of Fauves like Kees van Dongen (3+4+49), Manguin (12+20), Matisse (13+44).
Catalogue: In Database of Modern Exhibitions (DoME). European Paintings and Drawings 1905-1915. Last modified Mar 17,  2021. http://exhibitions.univie.ac.at/exhibition/542 .
Sources: iR216;

1915-1918, USA, traveling exhibition:
From 1915 till 1918 there was a traveling exhibition called “French Impressionists” / tableaux Durand-Ruel. It was held in Detroit, Kansas City, Cleveland, Buffalo, etc.

1915, Detroit:
At the Museum of Art in Detroit there was an exhibition held called “French Impressionists“, including works of Monet (7x; cat.nos.26+32); Pissarro (5x;cat.nos35-39). (R22IV,p1022+CR611+11101+1208+1373+1514+1657+1753; R116I,p370,CCP249+909+1199+1346+1405).

1916, Columbus, Ohio, USA:
From the 5th till the 31th of January an exhibition was held at the Gallery of Fine Arts in Columbus called “French Impressionist Paintings”. It was probably part of a traveling exhibition. The paintings were lent by Durand-Ruel. Works were exhibited of Monet (CR177+499+1217+1442+1755), Pissarro (6x;cat.nos23-28). (R116I,p370,CCP726+797+1013+1150+1307+1389).

1916, St.Louis, USA:
In May and June there was an exhibition held in the City Art Museum with paintings lent by Durand-Ruel. Maybe it was part of the travelling exhibition. Works were exhibited of Pissarro (3x?). (R116I,p370,CCP726+1124+1405).
In November there was an exhibition held at the Noonan-Kocian Galley with “tableux Durand-Ruel”. Maybe it was part of the travelling exhibition. It included works of Monet (CR593+601+610+761+1002+1373).

1916-17, Baltimore, USA:
From November 1916 till January 1917 an exhibition was held at the Bendann Art Gallery with paintings lent by Durand-Ruel. Probably it was part of the travelling exhibition. Works were exhibited of Pissarro (2x?). (R116I,p370,CCP730+1207).

1916-17, Boston, USA:
From December 1916 till January 1917 an exhibition was held at the Brooks Reed Gallery with paintings lent by Durand-Ruel. Probably it was part of the travelling exhibition. Works were exhibited of Pissarro (15x). (R116I,p370,CCP249+398+677+726+727+823+973+1013+1021+1074+1140+1124+1175+1199+1257)
According to Wildenstein this exhibition was held March 1916, with works of Monet (CR738+850+1083+1217+1514+1538+1601+1755) and also in October again with works of Monet (CR761+909+1002+1012+1324+1369).

1917, New York, USA:
In January 1917 an exhibition was held atthe Union League Club with paintings lent by Durand-Ruel. Probably it was part of the travelling exhibition. Works were exhibited of Pissarro (4x;cat.nos1435-1438). (R116I,p371,CCP229+494+654)

1917, Chicago, USA:
From 9-21 April there was an exhibition held at O’Brien & Son in Chicago. It was called “Paintings by Manet, Renoir, Monet, Degas, Pissarro, Sisley from the Durand-Ruel Collection”. So not explicitly “impressionist”, but maybe it was part of the travelling exhibition. Works were exhibited of Monet (8x; CR613+645+719+738+1373+1673+1740+1755), Pissarro. 

1917, Worcester, USA:
From 2-30 December there was an exhibition held at the Worcester Art Museum with paintings lent by Durand-Ruel called “Paintings by Modern French Masters”. So not explicitly “impressionist”, but maybe it was part of the travelling exhibition. Works were exhibited of Monet (cat.nos.6-12, including CR147+719+738+1174+1324+1373+1755) Pissarro (4x;cat.nos13-16). (R116I,p371+CCP157+1074+1124+1207).

1918, Baltimore, USA:
From March till June there was an exhibition held at the Bendann Art Gallery with paintings lent by Durand-Ruel. Probably it was part of the travelling exhibition. Works were exhibited of Pissarro. (R116I,p372,CCP1307).

 

1920, Paris, France:
1920/02/16 -03/14: there was an exhibition held at the Galerie Bernheim-Jeune called “Paysages Impressionnistes“. Works were exhibited of Monet (6x), Pissarro (4x).
Monet: 
Paris-BJ1902-19 =? CR1376
Paris-BJ1902-20 =? CR373
Paris-BJ1902-21+22 =CR1722 + 1731
Paris-BJ1902-23 =? CR1620
Paris-BJ1902-24 =? CR1534
Pissarro:
Cat.nos. 26-29 including CCP470+?533.

 

1921, New York, USA:
In February 1921 there was an exhibition held at Wildenstein called “Paintings by the Great French Impressionists from the collection of Monsieur Paul Rosenberg of Paris”. Works were exhibited of Pissarro (3x;cat.nos26-28). (R116I,p372,CCP1388?) and of Seurat↓.

1922, Baltimore, Maryland, USA:
From 1-30 April there was an exhibition held at the Maryland Institute and the Municipal Art Society called “French Impressionist Paintings”. Works were exhibited of Monet (5x?), Pissarro (3x?).
Monet: 
Including CR837 +1219 +1329 +1512 +1551.
Pissarro:
Including CCP823+1093+1124.

 

1922, Brussels, Belgium:
From the 25th of July 1922 there was an exhibition at the Musée Royal des Beaux-Arts that was called “Art français: les Maîtres de l’Impressionnisme et leur temps”. Works were exhibited of Monet (2x); Pissarro (3x), Signac.  (R116I,p372,CCP1363;R106,p421).
Monet:
Brussels-1922-23 =CR294
Brussels-1922-24 =? CR778
Pissarro:
Cat.nos. 27-29, including CCP294 +? 778.
Signac:
Brussels-1922-35 =1891, CR220

1922, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA:
From 4-30 October there was an exhibition at the Grand Rapids Art Association with paintings lent by Durand-Ruel called “Paintings by the French Impressionists”. Works were exhibited of Monet (3x), Pissarro (1x?).
Monet:
CR823
CR1219
CR1369
Pissarro:
Including CCP304
Signac:
=1891, CR220, Concarneau, pêche à la sardine, Opus 221 (adagio), 62×78, MuMA New York.

 

1923, Minneapolis, USA:
From 1-31 March there was an exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts called “French Impressionist paintings”.  Works were exhibited of Pissarro (3x). (R116I,p373).
Monet:
Minneapolis-1923-20 =CR369
Minneapolis-1923-21 =CR1324
Minneapolis-1923-22 =CR1643
Minneapolis-1923-23 =CR1554
Minneapolis-1923-24 =CR1740
Pissarro:
cat.nos 27-29 =CCP157+1013+1127

 

1924, Germany, Berlin and Frankfurt:
1924/04/10 – 05/07, Berlin, Galerie Alfred Flechtheim in Berlin +
1924/05/10 – 06/01, Frankfurt Galerie Alfred Flechtheim: “Französische Impressionisten“. Works were exhibited of Monet (cat.no.16), Pissarro (4x).
Pissarro:
cat.nos 18-21, including CCP1374

1925, Berlin:
1925, September + October, Paul Cassirer: Exposition impressionniste d’automne”, with Monet.
Monet:
Berlin-1925-38 =? CR1193 or 1177.

 

Sources:
My main sources are the catalogues in the Salon database (iR1) and other catalogues (R250;iR261); the catalogues raisonnée of Monet (R22IV,p1016vv), Signac (R106), Pissarro (R116,p361vv); catalogues of Renoir (R31,p315), Sisley. Other sources are Denvir (R5).

 

Recommanded citation: “Meta-Impressionism / other exhibitions: International impressionist exhibitions; 1882 onwards. Last modified, 2023/11/05. https://www.impressionism.nl/international-impressionist-exhibitions/

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