A painting of a woman dressed in white, including a white bonnet, sitting at a table reading a book. Behind her, we see a tree, greenery and a building in the distance; in front of her on the table, a teacup and plate.
Marie Bracquemond, Afternoon Tea (Le Goûter), c.1880. CC0 Paris Musées / Petit Palais, musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris.


Talk: Music of Impressionist Paris

08 September 15.30 - 16.30

Lecture Theatre

Free, no booking required. 

Join us for this special free talk exploring the world of the Impressionists.

Adrian Le Harivel, formerly curator of British art here at the National Gallery of Ireland, delves in the music of Paris during the Impressionist era. 

This talk is part of a series of events around our exhibition Women Impressionists, and is presented in association with the Friends of the National Gallery of Ireland.


This exhibition is organised by Ordrupgaard in collaboration with the National Gallery of Ireland. The Gallery would like to thank the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media for their ongoing support

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