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Pissarro: Father of Impressionism

When is the Pissarro: Father of Impression exhibition?

This year, the Ashmolean in Oxford will be playing host to the works of Pissarro until 12 June. 

What to expect from the Pissarro: Father of Impression exhibition

Explore the works of Camille Pissarro, one of the most celebrated artists of nineteenth-century France and a leading figure in the Impressionist movement.

Pissarro was hugely influential and inspired many artists whose names we are remarkably familiar with including Degas, Monet, Seurat, Signac, and Van Gogh. Cezanne said of Pissarro "he was like a father to me" while Gauguin commented "he was one of my masters".

 Discover Pissarro, the Father of Impression

How to get to the Pissarro: Father of Impression exhibition

Travelling to the Ashmolean Museum is quite straightforward. First, hop on a train to Oxford station. From there, it’s a short 10-minute walk to the Ashmolean Museum.

So why not get yourself on a train to Oxford and come and explore the works of one of the great masters of impressionism.