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Overview: Renoir's Portraits of Leisure
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An overview of Renoir's Lunch at the Restaurant Fournaise (The Rowers' Lunch) and Woman at the Piano, two paintings that celebrate leisure in 1870s France.
Examination: Pissarro's Late Style
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An overview of the late phase of Camille Pissarro's career, with an examination of his paintings The Place du Havre, Paris, Haying Time, and Eragny, a Rainy Day in June.
Overview: Impressionist Still Life
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Learn about Impressionist still life painting, with Renoir's focus on color and Monet's attention to balance and motion.
Introduction: Manet's The Races at Longchamp
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An introduction to Manet and Degas' artistic exploration of horse racing, the fashionable spectator sport in Paris in the 1860s.
Introduction: Moreau's Inspiration from the Classical and Biblical Worlds
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An introduction to Salon artist Gustave Moreau and his fascination with the myths and tales from the classical and biblical worlds.
Introduction: Cezanne's Auvers: Panoramic View
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An introduction to Cezanne's involvement with the Impressionists and an examination of his puzzlelike landscape of a village just north of Paris.
Examination: Degas's Portrait after a Costume Ball (Portrait of Mme. Dietz-Monnin)
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An exploration of Degas's relationship to the sitter and an examination of his unposed portrayal of her at the end of a costume ball.
Overview: Vuillard's Ability to Transpose Landscape into Ornament
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An overview of Vuillard's monumental, decorative landscape painting of the rolling hills of a Paris suburb.
Examination: Monet's Wheatstacks
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An overview of Monet's Wheatstack paintings, including an exploration of the artist's objectives and production.
Essay: "The Little Boudin Beach Scene" by William Maxwell
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A short essay inspired by Eugene Boudin's Approaching Storm, 1864

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