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An overview of the style and subject of this final study for Seurat's first important painting.
An overview of Monet's groundbreaking group of seven paintings of the Parisian train station and an introduction to the artist's interest in the subject .
An overview of a group of works from the mid-1880s in which Chase explored the green spaces of New York City.
An introduction to Degas's goals and processes as a printmaker and a look at one of his most technically complex prints of his friend and fellow artist, Mary Cassatt.
An examination of Degas's striking still-life arrangement of hats and his poignant commentary on the changes in consumer goods production in the late nineteenth century.
A look at Manet's fresh, modern depiction of a young woman relaxing at a Parisian café.
An examination of Guillaumin's painting of a new aqueduct just south of Paris, with its celebration of the railroad and the travel opportunities it offered to the urban middle class.
An overview of Seurat's painting technique and process for his famous, large-scale painting of Parisians relaxing on an island in the Seine.
A look at Toulouse-Lautrec's depiction of entertainers and customers, including himself, in a popular Parisian night spot.
Learn about Caillebotte's large-scale painting of modern Paris and the artist's role among the Impressionists.
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