Impressionists in London

At the end of the XIXth century, the Franco-Prussian War, the fall of the second French Empire and Paris Commune encouraged a large diversity of artists to run away and to live in United Kingdom. The exilic life in the Victorian Era of artists such as Carpeaux, Tissot, Daubigny Legros, Dalou Pissarro, Monet or Sisley is well represented in this exposition co-organized with the Tate Britain Museum.

Stay at the Hotel Pastel and discover this cultural and artistic mix only few minutes walking or by subway from your hotel room. You will also have the opportunity to discover the others emblematic collections of the Petit Palais.


Le Petit Palais

Avenue Winston-Churchill
75008 Paris
Tel : 01 53 43 40 00


Line 1: « Champs Elysées Clemenceau » station

Line 9: « Franklin Roosevelt » station

Rate : 13 € for the ticket only, 19 € with audio guide. Free for -18 years old.

Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10 AM to 6 PM, until 9 PM on Friday.