GAUGUIN, Renoir and Pissarro have arrived in Malaga.
A new exhibition at the Carmen Thyssen Musuem, celebrating landscapes, has been unveiled to coincide with the museum’s first anniversary.
Paradises: Idyllic landscapes features 40 paintings by 17th to 20th century artists, including the trio of artists, whose depictions of the natural world are sometimes true-to-life and sometimes idealised.
The Malaga gallery, displaying art from the collection of Spanish baroness Carmen
Thyssen, has received over 200,000 visitors since it opened a year ago.
The exhibition runs until October 7.
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