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A look at one of Renoir's characteristic portraits of elegant society women.
Video: Renoir's Society Portraits
An introduction to Gauguin's first ceramic sculpture and an exploration of it as a self-portrait of the bohemian artist.
Explore Berthe Morisot's painting, The Garden, in which the sitter and surrounding foliage are treated with the same loose brushwork.
Video: Morisot and her Garden of Brushstrokes
Explore Hodler's painting of his friend and watch what happens when the image is split in half!
Video: Hodler's Portrait of James Vibert
Cecilia Edefalk (b. Sweden, 1954) is a painter of deeply concentrated, expressively oblique images. The artist exhibits comparatively few paintings; they always center on a single motif and are...
focus: Cecilia Edefalk, "Double White Venus"
Maureen Gallace (b. 1960) creates discreet, deceptively simple compositions depicting the vernacular architecture and landscape of rural New England as well as the occasional portrait of a close...
focus: Maureen Gallace
During the month of April 1975, Wellesley College hosted several photographers in a series of ten symposia called Photography within the Humanities. Participates included John Morris, Paul...
Book: Photography within the Humanities
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