E&Y brings Renoir landscapes to London

E&Y brings Renoir landscapes to London

Firm continues to support arts with 13th show

Big Four Firm Ernst & Young will sponsor
an exhibition of French painter,
Pierre-Auguste
Renoir’s
landscape paintings, which will run at the
National Gallery, London from
21 February – 20 May 2007.

Entitled Renoir Landscapes 1865 – 1883, it is the thirteenth major exhibition
that the firm has been associated with and the second collaboration with the
National Gallery.

The show brings together over 70 paintings from across Europe and the USA
with many works from private collections. 

Mark Otty, UK chairman of Ernst & Young, said: ‘Ernst & Young has
been sponsoring and supporting the arts for almost thirteen years and it has
become an integral part of our culture. Renoir Landscapes is a continuation of
our ongoing commitment to the arts in the UK, including corporate memberships of
galleries and museums and community art initiatives, and we are very proud that
our support makes it possible to give the public access to world-class
exhibitions.’

Further reading:

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