Great Britian, France, Germany, Switzerland, Hungary. What is similar between these European countries? The answer is culture and art.
Paul Cézanne, french pictor was born in 1839. He was one of the most famous artists who changed radically the post-impressionism before the modern art age. He said: “I want to make of impressionism something solid and lasting like the art in the museums”. He regularly visited the museum in the small rural town of Aix-en-Provence, and the Musée du Louvre in Paris, while his own collection of his favorite artist served as constant sources of inspiration for his art.
The Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest is going to be one of the most famous museums of the world, witch can give a home for Cézanne’s art.
The various exhibition give an experience of the master’s oeuvre to the visitors. If you want to know, why people called Hungary the Paris of East-Europe, visit the ’Cézanne and the Past’ exhibition between 26 October 2012 and 17 February 2013, so you can get an unforgettable experience.
You can get more information about the exhibition on the official homepage of the museum, buy ticket in the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest (address: 1146 Budapest Dózsa György út 41, phone: 0036 1 469-7100) or order tickets through Jegymester.
Cezanne and the Past
Museum of Fine Arts
October 26th, 2012 – February 17th, 2013