Art for Guernsey is delighted to announce an exciting new exhibition 'Renoir in Guernsey, 1883' open 30th September - 17th December 2023 at Guernsey Museum at Candie.
The only Renoir exhibition in the world in 2023, it celebrates the 140th anniversary of Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s stay in Guernsey and the inspiration that he found on the island, and is staged in partnership with the Guernsey Museums and the Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny, including a host of major international loans.
Tickets are required for entry to the exhibition. Tickets are for a defined one-hour time slot, specific to a time and date of your choosing.
Capturing Movement and Light, AFG Gallery
Artists have long been captivated by Moulin Huet, since the light has a particular quality. Renoir felt challenged by the emergence of photography: whilst the Impressionists were at the cutting edge of painting, this novel medium was making an impact on the art world. He was sure, however, that one thing that photographers could not capture was the movement of the light. Local photographer Paul Chambers, armed with photographic equipment that would have been available in the 19th century, took up the challenge of achieving what Renoir thought to be impossible.
The Renoir Walk, Moulin Huet
In 2019 Art for Guernsey put together the Renoir Walk, now a permanent fixture in the Moulin Huet valley. Refurbished in 2023, the walk is a self-guided alfresco exhibition that allows participants to see the bay from the same perspectives as Renoir did.
A Day in 1883, Priaulx Library
A fascinating collection of engravings, photographs and documents will recreate the atmosphere of the island at that time of Renoir’s visit.
Public Photography Exhibition
Art for Guernsey invites islanders and visitors to take up the same challenge as Paul Chambers, and to have their work exhibited at the gallery. #RenoirSnaps
Travelling to Guernsey to visit this exciting exhibition? Be sure to check out our special Renoir-themed special offers and package deals below:
Channel Islands Direct: 3 night weekend stay at 3* Best Western Moores hotel including breakfast from £309 per person. Find out more and book.
3* Duke of Normandie including a 3 course dinner, plus breakfast from £150 per night per double room, or £116 for B&B. Find out more and book.
2 nights at the 5* Old Government House Hotel including a three course dinner, tickets to the Renoir Exhibition and a French themed Afternoon Tea from £320 per person. Find out more and book.
3* St Georges Guest House from £80 per double room per room including breakfast. Triple and Family rooms are also available. Find out more and book.
3 nights from only £548.00 per person which includes hotel, flight, guided walking tour and admission to the exhibition with Experience Guernsey Tours. Find out more and book.
Complimentary Crab Lunch at the Renoir Garden Cafe when staying at Camp de Reves during the festival. Find out more and book.