Find out what critics have had to say about the latest exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts.
The Telegraph: **** “Packed with riches, this show cleverly reminds us just how much the collecting of art shapes our later interpretation of it.”
The Observer: **** “It feels like a museum of French painting in miniature. But Hansen’s passions weren’t conventional; they reveal a taste for originality, for the humane, the unexpected and the atypical among artists of the French avant garde.”
iNews: *** “It is deliciously refreshing stepping out of the sticky August warmth into a room full of spring orchards heavy with lush blossoms and wine-laden barges on cool, slow flowing rivers.”
The Times:*** ” A Danish collection serves up Monet, Matisse and Degas, but Gauguin stands out for Laura Freeman”
The Upcoming: **** “Gauguin and the Impressionists offers a rare opportunity in this country for gallery-goers to view some of the highlights of this impressive collection.”
Gauguin and the Impressionists: Masterpieces from the Odrupgaard Collection will be on display at the Royal Academy until the 18th October.