Posts Tagged ‘Impressionist’

OMG, See the Works of Camille Pissarro, the Oldest Impressionist, at the Legion of Honor! It’s “Pissarro’s People”

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

Pissarro’s People just opened over the weekend at our Legion of Honor Museum.

And the reviews are in:

Kenneth Baker finds fault with the picture frames, but otherwise he’s into it.

As was Holland Carter

So what are you waiting for?

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All the deets, after the jump


“Impressionist Paris: City of Light” is the Perfect Complement to the de Young’s Masterpieces

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

Impressionist Paris: City of Light at the Legion of Honor Museum is running through September 26, 2010 – it’s the perfect complement to the fantastic Birth of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay now showing at the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park.

Check out Namastenancy’s take on this new exhibit – she has all the deets.

OMG, they went and opened up the courtyard pyramid! Fiat Lux, Let There Be Light:


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And here we are under the pyramid at the entrance to the show

Exit Through the Gift Shop. John Buchanan showing off his latest:

I’ll show you some more prints later, but here’s one for now. The Hunt for Dinner, or something. Can you spot the mouse?

Look out, kitteh!

All right, see you there!