Crocker Art Museum Announces a Series of Exhibitions for Its Summer of Impressionism


SACRAMENTO, CA.- The Crocker Art Museum will present a series of exhibitions this summer showcasing the journey of Impressionism from France to the U.S. With a strong emphasis on landscape paintings, the exhibitions collectively feature works by renowned French and American artists alongside masterpieces of California Impressionism. The Crocker’s Summer of Impressionism comprises: • “Transcending Vision: American Impressionism, 1870-1940,” exploring the dissemination of French Impressionism in American painting from the Bank of America Collection; • “Landscapes from the Age of Impressionism,” an exhibition of 40 mid-19th through early 20th-century French and American landscapes from the collection of the Brooklyn Museum; • “Gardens and Grandeur: Porcelains and Paintings by Franz A. Bischoff,” featuring 40 exquisite works by the Bavarian-born artist who moved to Califo