31 March 2022

Camille Pissarro Catalyst of Impressionism Ashmolean Museum – Nico Kos Earle

Upstairs, on the third floor of the Ashmolean, is a show that will quietly break your heart. Entitled Pissarro: Father of Impressionism (12 June 2022), this major exhibition of works drawn from the Ashmolean’s collections as well as international loans, spans Pissarro’s entire career.

9 April 2015


Gurlitt Art Trove: Camille Pissarro Painting Confirmed As Nazi Loot

The German Minister for Culture and the Media, Monika Grütters, has announced that a fourth artwork from the Gurlitt trove has been identified as Nazi loot. The oil painting is a 1902 work by Camille Pissarro. The painting, titled ‘La Seine vue du Pont-Neuf, au fond le Louvre’, was found in Gurlitt’s apartment in Salzburg. […]

16 January 2015


Christie’s To Auction Works On Paper From The Triton Collection

Christie’s is to auction a unique selection of rare works on paper from the Triton Collection Foundation, spanning over three centuries of art history and representing the most important avant-garde movements of the 19th and 20th Century, including works by Pablo Picasso, Camille Pissarro, Paul Cézanne, Fernand Léger, Francis Picabia, Gino Severini, Odilon Redon, André […]

23 December 2013


Restituted Camille Pissarro Masterpiece Goes Under The Hammer At Sothebys

One of The Most Important Impressionist Paintings to Come to Auction in the Last Decade Will Be Offered in Sotheby’s February 2014 Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale. Camille Pissarro’s Boulevard Montmartre, matinée de printemps of 1897, originally owned by Max Silberberg, a Jewish industrialist based in Breslau, who assembled one of the finest pre-war […]