An unusual map of trends of “Japonism” in Europe between the 19th and the 20th century. This is the slant that Francesco Parisi, the exhibition’s curator chose for this display. Eastern Winds in the European art, 1860-1915”, it can be visited at Palazzo Roverella in Rovigo until the 26 of January 2020. This peculiar exhibition was promoted by the Savings Bank Foundation of Padua and Rovigo in cooperation with the Municipality and the Concordi Art Gallery, it exhibits a time and geographic journey to discover the phenomenon called “Japonism”, from Germany to Holland, Belgium, France, Austria, Bohemia and Italy. Besides the masterpieces by Gauguin, Toulouse Lautrec, Van Gogh, Klimt, Kolo Moser, James Ensor and Alphonse Mucha you can see the Japonism trend in the works by the English Albert Moore, Sir John Lavery and Christopher Dresser; the Italian Giuseppe De Nittis, Galileo Chini, Plinio Nomellini, Giacomo Balla, Antonio Mancini, Antonio Fontanesi and Francesco Paolo Michetti with his masterpiece “The Pumpkin Harvest” as well as the French Pierre Bonnard, Paul Ranson, Maurice Denis and Emile Gallé and the Belgian Fernand Khnopff and Henry Van De Velde.
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