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Press Preview: The Impressionist's Eye and Yoshitoshi: Spirit and Spectacle

Join us for a preview of two exciting exhibitions on Thursday, April 11, 9:00 a.m.to noon. Light breakfast will be served.

"The Impressionist's Eye" illuminates the achievements of some of history's most beloved artists. Paintings, drawings, watercolors, pastels, prints, and sculpture are on display in the most extensive exhibition of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism ever to be assembled from the museum's collection.

"Yoshitoshi: Spirit and Spectacle" explores the colorful and expressive prints of the last great master of the Japanese woodcut in the 19th century. Featuring nearly one hundred works drawn primarily from the museum’s holdings—the largest collection of the artist’s prints outside of Japan—the exhibition highlights how Tsukioka Yoshitoshi re-energized the art of his time.

Remarks begin promptly at 10:00 a.m. followed by curatorial tours.

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Note: Anne d'Harnoncourt Drive will be closed at Kelly Drive due to construction. Complimentary parking is available in the museum's garage, accessible only via Waterworks Drive on the date of this press preview.

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What can I expect at a press preview?

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How do I obtain high-resolution images to reproduce in a magazine, newspaper, or website?

Our press releases and image gallery contain images and image banks cleared for press use and available for download. Please note that the Museum reserves the right to inform media about image use rights, as applicable. For urgent image requests, please call us at 215-684-7860.

How do I obtain a press kit for a special exhibition?

Online press releases and materials can be found in our pressroom. We can also send printed materials to your home or office, or you can visit the Museum and pick them up from any Visitor Services desk. To request a press kit, please contact us.

How do I obtain an exhibition catalogue?

All of our catalogues and publications can be found here and are available for purchase in our online store. We can often make complimentary catalogues available for writers with a confirmed assignment. To request a catalogue for press purposes, please contact us.

How can I obtain a press pass to visit the Museum?

For working press, present your press ID at any Visitor Services desk for a complimentary press pass.

How can I obtain permission to film or photograph at the Museum?

Please submit a request to pressroom@philamuseum.org detailing the scope of your project and intended end use. You may also refer to our Filming and Photography Guidelines for more information.

What can I expect at a press preview?

Press previews provide media a great deal of context and background on our projects. For special exhibitions, they are typically held between 9:00 a.m. and noon, before public opening dates. Press previews include remarks by the director, funders, and curators and other specialists, and offer an exclusive tour of the exhibition.

How can I attend a press preview or Event?

All of our upcoming press previews and Events held specifically for the media are listed on our Press Calendar. To RSVP, please email us.

How can I learn more about the Museum and its collections?

Please see our Frequently Asked Questions about the Philadelphia Museum of Art, search the collections for a specific work of art, or see our website for information on special exhibitions.

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