Still Life of 20th Century
Current and Forthcoming exhibition
Only in Geneva
19 place de Longemalle
Édouard Manet once called still life “the touchstone of painting”. The tradition of the subject can be traced throughout art history and has been popular across period, cultures and movements. A genre of art treated by the greatest painters, such as Buffet , or yet Renoir, as a relatively neutral basis for formal experiment and to emphasise their personal touches.