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Impressionist masterpieces attract over 170,000 visitors
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More than 170,000 have viewed the exhibition "Impressionism: Treasures from the National Collection of France" at the Hong Kong Museum of Art since its opening on February 5.

To date, the exhibition has attracted 174,768 visitors, a new attendance record for art exhibitions staged at the Museum of Art.

The exhibition, which showcases 48 masterpieces selected from the Musee d' Orsay in Paris and other major French museums, runs until April 10. Members of the public are urged to grab this rare opportunity to discover the richness of the Impressionist masterpieces on display.

The exhibition opens from 10am to 8pm daily and closes on Thursdays, except public holidays.

Admission for this exhibition is $30 from Friday to Tuesday, and $20 on Wednesdays. A half-price concession is available for senior citizens aged 60 or above, full-time students and people with disabilities. For any purchase of 20 regular tickets or more, admission is $21 each from Friday to Tuesday, and $14 each on Wednesdays.

The Museum of Art is located at 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon. For details of the exhibition, visit the Museum of Art's website at http://hk.art.museum . For enquiries, call 2721 0116.

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