English painting 

Richard Wilson, The Thames near Marble Hill (detail), Twickenham, © Tate, London, 2019

Toulouse-Lautrec 

Henri de Toulouse-LAutrec, Yvette Guilbert singing Linger, Longer, Loo (detail), 1894 © Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, Russia

Greco 

El Greco, the Opening of the Fifth Seal, also known as the vision of St. John (detail), 1609-1614, New York, The Met © The Met

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Greco

16 October 2019 10 February 2020
Born in Crete in 1541, Domenico Theotokopoulos, known as El Greco, undertook his initial apprenticeship in the Byzantine tradition before refining his training in Venice and then Rome. However, it was in Spain that his art flourished, firmly taking root from the 1577s. Attracted by the incredible promise of the El Escorial site, the artist brought Titian's colour, Tintoretto's audacity and Michelangelo's heroic...

Exhibition co-organised by the Réunion des musées nationaux - Grand Palais, the Musée du Louvre and the Art Institute of Chicago,

This exhibition is organized with the support of Aurel BGC, Sanef and the Fondation Stavros Niarchos.

Toulouse-Lautrec, Resolutely Modern

9 October 2019 27 January 2020
Since 1992, the date of the last French retrospective of the artist, countless exhibitions have explored the connections in the works of Toulouse-Lautrec to «Montmartre culture», which he concurrently chronicled and criticised. This sociological approach, pleased by what it tells us of the expectations and anxieties of the time, reduced the scope of an artist whose origins, opinions and open aesthetics protected him...

Degas at the Opera

24 September 2019 19 January 2020
Throughout his career, from his beginnings in the 1860s to his final works after 1900, Degas made the Opera the focal point of his work, his "own room". He explores the various spaces - hall and stage, dressing rooms, foyer, dance hall -, attaches himself to those who populate them, dancers, singers, orchestra musicians, spectators, subscribers in black clothes haunting the wings. This closed universe is a...

The golden age of the english painting from Reynolds to Turner

11 September 2019 16 February 2020
This exhibition, showing a selection of masterpieces from Tate Britain, highlights a key period in the history of painting in England, from the 1760s to around 1820. It will present an overview capturing all the originality and diversity of this time. It takes the visitor from the founding of the Royal Academy, with artists such as Reynolds and Gainsborough, to the turning point in the early 19th century, notably...

Curators: Martin Myrone, chief curator, Tate, and Cécile Maisonneuve, doctor in History of Art, Rmn GP, associate curator for the presentation of the exhibition in Paris

Exhibition design: Jean-Paul Camargo - SALUCES

This exhibition was organised by the Réunion des musées nationaux - Grand Palais in partnership with the Tate.

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