Some of the most important French artists of the 19th century resisted the elitist aesthetic of the academic art tradition by emphasizing the people around them and the human experience as subject matter during a transitioning moment in the modernist era. This talk explores works on paper by Degas, Renoir, Manet, Toulouse-Lautrec, Vuillard, Bonnard, and Cezanne.
Presented by trained DIA teaching volunteers, "Behind the Seen" brings
the same level of insight and engagement about the DIA's collection from
the museum to your community.
Please register for this online program, including an email address.
Instructions on how to join the Zoom meeting will be emailed to you.