How to Look at Art: Rodin and the Impressionists

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Thursday July 27

5:30 PM  –  7:30 PM

In conjunction with the exhibition True Nature: Rodin and the Age of Impressionism, this class will explore how to look at the sculptures of Auguste Rodin and the work of his Impressionist contemporaries like Monet and Degas. We will discuss why Rodin and his peers were considered groundbreaking radicals in the nineteenth-century art world and how their work paved the way for modern art of the twentieth century. In addition to the art historical context, this practical class will also offer participants the tools to analyze and decipher these works of art. The class will combine lecturers with gallery discussions. 

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