The Golden Age of English paintings: from Reynolds to Turner
Until February the 16th, the Luxembourg Museum pays tribute to the greatest artists who have marked the golden age of English painting. This exhibition in partnership with the Tate in London, offers the public to discover the greatest masters of the time: Gainsborough, Reynolds, or Turner. The golden age of English painting at its climax ranging from the 1750s to about 1820.
The opportunity to rediscover British art, still presented in France.
Open every day from 10.30 am to 7 pm, night until 10 pm on Monday (except Monday, December 30)
At the Museum of Luxembourg
35 minutes from Hotel Fabric (metro 3 and 4)
Until the 16th of February 2020 Painting: William Turner, The Decline of the Carthaginian Empire,1817