Located in the picturesque coastal city of Le Havre, the Musée d’art moderne André Malraux – MuMa Le Havre has one of France’s largest collections of Impressionist works, featuring the likes of Renoir, Pissarro, Sisley and Degas, among others. This autumn, one of Claude Monet’s most iconic paintings will return back to its roots in a landmark exhibition. Impression, soleil levant, picturing a dawn at sea, is one of Claude Monet’s most notable paintings – and it is returning back to Le Havre, Monet’s hometown, and the city where it was painted in 1872. The exhibition, titled Impression(s), Soleil, will run from 10 September until 8 October 2017. “This exhibition is an exceptional loan by the Marmottan-Monet Museum in Paris,” explains Catherine Bertrand, MuMa Le Havre’s external relations delegate.