“Daubigny, Monet, Van Gogh: Impressions of Landscape”

A groundbreaking exhibition that re-examines the origins of Impressionism by introducing Charles Francois Daubigny, a relatively overlooked artist. This show was conceived by Lynne Ambrosini, Director of Collections and Exhibitions and Curator of European Art at the Taft.

Charles François Daubigny is Subject of Long-Overdue International Survey and Major Exhibition
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WKRC: Taft Museum of Art opens new Impressionism exhibit
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WCPO: Daubigny, Monet, Van Gogh in blockbuster exhibit at the Taft
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Artdaily.org: Important 19th century landscapist subject of long overdue international survey exhibition
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Cincinnati Enquirer: Quite the impression: Daubigny gets his due, finally
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WVXU: A Rare Exhibit Of Outstanding Impressionist Landscapes Coming To The Taft Museum Of Art
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