partakers 5th ‘impressionist’ exposition

 

 

Impressionism:

List of 19 partakers

5th ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1880

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Who were the partakers of the 5th ‘impressionist’ exposition?
There were 19 partakers in the 5th ‘impressionist’ exposition in 1880. Four of them were newcomers. One of them was Jean-François Raffaëlli, who would later cause division. Another was Victor Vignon who would join all last 4 ‘impressionist’ expositions and was a great, but forgotten Impressionist. Mary Cassatt was portrayed by Degas (no.44) and Guillaumin by himself (no.72). After the exposition 4 partakers would not return anymore to the ‘impressionist’ expositions. Caillebotte would only return in 1882.

On this page you will find the 232 catalogue numbers, links to info, pictures, an account and sometimes a (topographical / thematical) overview.
See link for the full 1880 catalogue, a slide-show and general info on the 5th ‘impressionist’ exposition.
Explanation: hc = hors catalogue = outside the catalogue.
My main sources are Moffett, 1986 (=R2,p310-314), Berson, 1996 (=R90I,p259-263), the Salon database of musée d’Orsay (=iR1) and the sources mentioned in the accounts.

 

List of partakers in 1880:

  1. Bracquemond, Marie
    no.1-3; info artist ; paintings ; account ; overview pictures;
  2. Bracquemond (Félix)
    no.4-5; info artist ; paintings ; account ;
  3. Caillebotte, Gustave
    no. 6-16; info artist ; paintings ; account ;
  4. Cassatt, Mary
    no. 17-32; info artist ; paintings ; account ;
  5. Degas, Edgar
    no. 33-44+hc3; info artist ; paintings ; account ; thematical overview
  6. Forain, Louis
    no.45-54; info artist ; paintings ; account ;
  7. Gauguin, Paul
    no.55-62; info artist ; paintings ; account ;
  8. Guillaumin, Armand
    no.63-84+hc4; info artist ; paintings ; account ; topographical overview
  9. Lebourg, Albert
    no. 85-104; info artist; paintings; drawings; account ; topographical overview;
  10. Levert, L(éopold)
    no. 105-112; info artist ; paintings ; account ;
  11. Morisot, Berthe
    no. 113-127; info artist ; paintings ; account ;
  12. Pissarro, Camille
    no. 128-143; info artist ; paintings ; account
  13. Raffaëlli, Jean-François
    no. 144-179+hc3; info artist ; paintings ; account
  14. Raffaëlli, Jean-Marius
    no. 180; info artist;
  15. Rouart, Henri
    no. 181-192; info artist ; paintings ; account ; thematical overview;
  16. Tillot, Charles
    no. 193-206; info artist ; paintings ; account ;
  17. Vidal, Eugène
    no. 207-215; info artist ; paintings ; account ;
  18. Vignon, Paul-Victor
    no. 216-224; info artist ; paintings ; account ; topographical overview; thematical overview;
  19. Zandomeneghi, Frederico
    no. 225-232; info artist ; paintings ; account ;

 

 

Clarification:
See also the links for the full 1880 catalogue, a slide show and general info on the 5th ‘impressionist’ exposition.
Explanation: hc = hors catalogue = outside the catalogue.
My main sources are Moffett, 1986 (=R2,p310-314), Berson, 1996 (=R90I,p259-263), the Salon database of musée d’Orsay (aR1=iR1) and the sources mentioned in the accounts.

Additional references (=aRx):

  1. salons.musee-orsay.fr//1880 (catalogue of the 5th ‘impressionist’ exposition; =iR1)
  2. laviemoderne.it/i-partecipanti=6 (Italian website with list of the partakers of the 5th ‘impressionist’ exposition with links to additional info; =iR34)

 

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