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Learn more about Martin A. Ryerson, one of the Art Institute's founding trustees and an important donor to the museum.
Historic Collections: The Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Ryerson Collection
A concise biography about Monet's life and work.
An introduction to Monet's large group of paintings of the Thames River in London, completed between 1900 and 1903.
An overview of Renoir's technical and compositional masterpiece that celebrates the beauty of spring and the promise of youth.
An introduction to Degas's penetrating double portrait of his young cousin Lucie and her uncle Henri, brought together under difficult circumstances.
An introduction to Renoir's casual and thoughtful portrait of friend and artist Alfred Sisley.
An overview of Monet's brilliant landscape, painted with a "palette of diamonds and precious stones," of a resort town just over the Italian border.
An overview of Manet's depictions of Berthe Morisot, with a focus on this delicate watercolor of the fellow artist in an eccentric pose.
A look at Manet's depiction of a horse race and his ability to capture the explosive movement of the horses and the bustle of the crowd.
An introduction to one of Renoir's harmonious images of bourgeois leisure in suburban Paris.

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