BOURNEMOUTH’S Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum will open a new exhibition this summer. 

The East Cliff-based museum has teamed up with Liss-Llewellyn Fine Art to bring A Painter in Paris: Albert de Belleroche. 

It is the first major retrospective of artworks by painter and lithographer Albert de Belleroche, running from May 3 to late September. 

The new exhibition features more than 60 oils and lithographs by Belleroche, many of which have never been on public display.  

It explores Belleroche’s artistic journey and his relationships with his Impressionist contemporaries, who shaped his distinctive style and contributed to his lasting legacy. 

The exhibition showcases a diverse range of works, from intimate portraits and evocative landscapes, to captivating still lives. 

Russell-Cotes manager Sarah Newman said: “We are delighted to present this landmark exhibition dedicated to Albert de Belleroche.  

“His work offers a captivating glimpse into the artistic world of Paris during a transformative era. We believe this exhibition will resonate with art enthusiasts and newcomers alike, offering a chance to discover the beauty and emotion within Belleroche's paintings.” 

A Painter in Paris: Albert de Belleroche is a described as a “unique opportunity to discover the captivating work of this under-recognised artist”. 

“Whether you're an art aficionado or simply looking for a captivating cultural experience, this exhibition promises to transport you to another time and place.”