Exhibition at the Vuitton Foundation

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: a hundred impressionist masterpieces
Age :  for all, from 6 years free visit.
Duration:  until June 17, 2019
Location:   Vuitton Foundation (Bois de Boulogne)
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Very nice impressionist exhibition at the Fondation Vuitton

The Courtauld Collection: a major exhibition at the Vuitton Foundation


  • The Vuitton Foundation presents more than 110 impressionist works owned by the great textile manufacturer and art collector Samuel Courtauld.
  • This exhibition presents the passion of Samuel Courtauld for Cézanne, Manet, Van Gogh or Gauguin
  • Those are masterpieces of impressionist art who are gathered for the very first time in Paris.
  • Scenographed in chronological order, the exhibition of the Courtauld Collection gives a good understanding of the evolution of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism from the 1860s.
  • The exhibition brings together masterpieces such as:  Bar at Folies-Bergère of Manet (1882), Nevermore of Gauguin (1897), The lodge of Renoir (1874), The woman powdering herself of Seurat (1889), Self portrait with bandaged ear of Van Gogh (1889)…


Workshops for children

The Vuitton Foundation organizes workshops for children for the duration of the exhibition. These workshops take place every Saturday and Sunday and every day during school holidays and public holidays.

    • for 3 - 5 years
    • From February 23 to June 16, 2019

Little advice

Book your tickets in advance with our VIP ticket offer.

  • You will enjoy Premium access thanks to a special entrance (no waiting to enter the museum)
  • There is a free return shuttle from Place de l'Etoile-Charles de Gaulle.


Cezanne work exhibited at the Fondation Vuitton
The Fondation Vuitton presents the Courtauld collection

Practical information

View schedule details
  • The Foundation is open every day except Tuesday, from 11h to 20h on weekdays and from 10h to 20h on weekends
  • The Foundation is closed on Tuesdays and on January 1st, May 1st and December 25th.

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