A visitor walks past the painting ''Garibaldi in Palermo" (1860), center, by Giovanni Fattori,( 1825-1908) at the Orangerie Museum in Paris, Tuesday April 9, 2013. A new exhibit at Paris’ Orangery ... more 
A visitor walks past the painting ''Garibaldi in Palermo" (1860), center, by Giovanni Fattori,( 1825-1908) at the Orangerie Museum in Paris, Tuesday April 9, 2013. A new exhibit at Paris’ Orangery museum called “The Macchiaioli: the Italian Impressionists?” explores how a Florence-based art movement that predated French impressionism by a decade was already using the themes of light, the outdoors and spontaneity that’s more associated with the likes of Monet or Renoir. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Jacques Brinon
Tue, Apr 9, 2013 2:46 PM EDT