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Summer of a collection

This summer, the musée des impressionnismes Giverny is offering a new presentation of its collections, allowing the public to discover little-known works: paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints and photographs that will offer a dialogue between impressionism and contemporary art. New acquisitions and deposits punctuate the exhibition: the captivating Portrait of Rose Worms by Maurice Boutet de Monvel (c. 1900), the Portrait of Camille Pissarro (1903) by Paul Paulin, the two Views of New York by Theodore Butler (1915), Allée aux Clayes by Édouard Vuillard (c. 1932-1938), but also Monet est mort (1977) by Jacques Monory.

Alongside this ensemble, the museum presents the fascinating pastels of Isabelle Chatelin, who captured a year of light on the cliffs of Saint-Valery-en-Caux, between sky and sea. “Summer of a Collection” is also the opportunity to discover the work of Terri Weifenbach, who photographed the museum’s garden in all seasons, between 2021 and 2022. This commission is the subject of a book, co-published with Atelier EXB.

Practical information

Opening times

The exhibition is open every day (including public holidays), from 10am to 6pm (last entry 5:30pm), 18 March to 3 July 2022.


Full price | Concession price

  • Exhibition: €6 | €4,50
  • Museum garden: €2 | €1
  • Exhibition + garden: €7 | €5,50

Free entry for:

  • Visitors under 18.
  • All visitors on the first Sunday of the month of October.
  • All Eure residents on the first Sunday of August and September (proof of residency required).