The "Great Art on Screen" series presented at the Newport Performing Arts Center will features “Secret Impressionists,” beginning at 7 p.m. today (Friday).

“Secret Impressionists” reveals the story of the art revolution sparked by the Impressionist movement, along with an unveiling of 50 previously unseen works by Impressionist masters Manet, Caillebotte, Renoir, Monet, Cézanne, Signac, Sisley and Morisot.  

These hidden treasures, loaned from some of the most important private collections, are now on display for the first time in Rome’s Palazzo Bonaparte, in an exhibition of the same title. Audiences will be taken on a journey through the most captivating and intriguing artistic movement, which created some of the most beloved works of art in the world, depicting the late 19th century film stills of Paris, alluring portraits of women and vibrant, light-infused masterpiece works.

This documentary movie will be shown on the PAC’s two-story screen in high-definition. Runtime is approximately 80 minutes.

Tickets (before ticket fees) are $10 for OCCA members and $11.50 for general admission. They may be purchased online at, by calling 541-265 ARTS (2787) or at the PAC box office.

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