IMPRESSIONISTS AND THE SEINE RIVER (The)
Director(s): Eden SHAVIT – Writer(s): Eden SHAVIT Contact Print page
The river Seine passes through the regions of Île-de-France and Normandy, cradles of the Impressionist movement.
From Paris to Le Havre, via Giverny, Auvers-sur-Oise or Rouen, the treasures and the elusive and ephemeral beauty of the Seine established the fame of these painters. Through their art, they have left a lasting mark on our imagination and built the reputation of one of the most famous rivers in the world.
Even today, the Seine offers visible traces of their passage, and exhibits on its banks the eternal heritage of the Impressionist brush strokes...
AVAILABLE FOR SCREENING: Original French version only.