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Gallery Talk: Impressionist Environments

July 5, 2016
Meet in Gallery 100
Free with museum admission

Painters like Paul Gauguin, Claude Monet, and James McNeill Whistler lived and worked at the intersection of natural and human-made environments, both of which were being altered by industrial development. Join museum educator Nenette Luarca-Shoaf to explore the ecological and cultural significance that water, wind, and fog had in the age of Impressionism.

Claude Monet. Waterloo Bridge, Gray Weather, 1900. Gift of Mrs. Mortimer B. Harris.