Musée du Petit Palais - Geneva
Switzerland (Geneva)
Located in a beautiful mansion built in the Second Empire in 1862, the Petit Palais, which opened in 1868, has a fine collection of paintings, sculptures and drawings essential in the history of modern art. Major trends from 1870 to 1930 are represented here by the masters such as Mane-Katz, Degas, Utrillo, and Cezanne. A particular emphasis is given to the Impressionist painters of the School of Paris.
Musée Petit Palais (Art moderne)
1206 Geneva, Switzerland
Top artists in the collection:

Nicolas TarkhoffRussian, 1871-193078 artworks
Armand GuillauminFrench, 1841-1927 (Impressionist)5 artworks
André LhoteFrench, 1885-1962 (Cubist)4 artworks
Emile-Othon FrieszFrench, 1879-1949 (Expressionist)4 artworks
Henri Edmond CrossFrench, 1856-1910 (Pointilist)2 artworks
Francis PicabiaFrench, 1879-19532 artworks
Charles CamoinFrench, 1879-1965 (Expressionist)2 artworks
Maximilien LuceFrench, 1858-1941 (Pointilist)2 artworks
Louis ValtatFrench, 1869-1952 (Fauvist)2 artworks
Theo van RysselbergheBelgian, 1862-1926 (Pointilist)2 artworks
Theophile-Alexandre SteinlenFrench, 1859-19232 artworks

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