“Giapponismo”. East Winds in European Art, 1860/1915 – Rovigo, Palazzo Roverella

September 28th 2019 – January 26th 2020
In 1853, Japan reopened its doors to the rest of the world. Mysterious and different, it was love at first sight, influencing art throughout Europe.
Palazzo Roverella is staging a fascinating and elegant review of the works of great European artists such as Van Gogh, Gauguin, De Nittis, Degas and Bonnard, taking visitors on a voyage of discovery of the new art form inspired by the masterpieces, influences and innovations bestowed by Japan on western culture.

Palazzo Roverella – Via Laurenti 8/10, Rovigo
Opening times: every day Monday through Friday from 9.00 am to 7.00 pm – on Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 9.00 am to 8.00 pm.
Tel. 0425 460093 – info@palazzoroverella.com