Impressionism at the National Gallery of Ireland

Claude Monet, 'Argenteuil Basin with a Single Sailboat', 1874. NGI.852.

For teachers and students...

This new PDF presents fifteen artworks from the Gallery’s collection- Impressionist, Neo-Impressionist, and Post-Impressionist- and explores the social and art historical context in which they were created, as well as discussing their subject matter and formal qualities.

This project came about when BNP Paribas Foundation and BNP Paribas Ireland approached the National Gallery of Ireland to find an appropriate way to mark the French bank’s 40th anniversary in Ireland. The Gallery responded to this welcome invitation by devising this resource based on the Impressionist, Neo-Impressionist and Post-Impressionist works in the National Gallery of Ireland’s collection, aimed at teachers, students and everyone interested in Impressionism. Our thanks go to the BNP Paribas Foundation and BNP Paribas Ireland for inviting the Gallery to mark its 40th anniversary in Ireland.
 
 
BNP Paribas

 
 
A published and bound version is available from the Gallery Shop priced at €9.95
 

Irish Artists

 
William John Leech, Irish, 1881-1968, 'The Sunshade', c.1913. (detail) 
 
The Gallery has also produced a comprehensive PDF focusing on Irish artists in the collection who were painting in France 1860-1915.
 
 
A published and bound version is available from the Gallery Shop priced at €9.95