The exhibition features both pre-Impressionist and Impressionist paintings, including more than twenty by Renoir, as well as by Degas, Sisley, Monet, Manet and Pisarro. They are grouped under sea, land and cityscapes, as well as still life, portraits and nudes. There should be something to cater for all tastes.
Troyon: Gooseherd (Picture Courtesy of the Clark Institute)
If you hurry up and visit you may even be lucky enough to take advantage of our Indian summer and will be able to sit outside the Royal Academy in the sun and pretend to be a tourist. We've been starved of blue skies like this one in the UK this summer.
Renoir: A Box at the Theatre (Picture Courtesy of the Clark Institute Website)