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The works of French masters Edgar Degas, Paul Cézanne, Auguste Renoir, Paul Gauguin, and others drawn to the short loose brushstrokes, bright colors, and focus on modern life that became the language of Impressionism are highlighted in this exhibition. Featuring artworks from private collections located across the country, including Charleston, this show is part of the Gibbes collectors' exhibition series and is organized with the assistance of The Fine Art Group.
This exhibition is made possible by support provided by Lynch Cracraft Wealth Management of Raymond James; UBS; PURE Insurance, The Cuddy Family; Jack Hoey; Hall and Christine McGee, and Judith Green and Dr. Michael Fritz .
Join teaching artist Martha Criscuolo for an art lesson inspired by Light Effects: The French Impressionists. Martha will provide a lesson plan and detailed instructions along with hands-on demonstrat...READ MORE
Debussy to Ravel, the end of the 19th century marked a shift in musical styles and the rhetoric of Romanticism. Join us for a special concert inspired by the exhibition Light Effects: The French Impr...READ MORE
Dr. Gülru Çakmak, Associate Professor and Graduate Program Director of Art History, UMass Amherst, and Dr. Luke Bouvier, Graduate Program Director for French and Francophone Studies at UMass...READ MORE
This workshop will explore how color can function as both shape and light. Students will work with both paper collage and oil paint through an analysis and transcription of Master paintings. By seeing...READ MORE