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Was Edgar Degas an Impressionist?  He didn't think so, believing his lifelong interest in line and the figure set him apart. But he was an innovator in his use of line, color, and subject.
Presented in conjunction with Birth of Impressionism, Impressionist Paris: City of Light is at the Legion of Honor June 5–September 26, 2010.From the dark alleys of Old Paris, at the dawn of the...
Docent Lecturer: Carol NelsonThe garden served as an inspiration to many Impressionists painters. Among the most enthusiastic gardeners were Gustave Caillebotte, Claude Monet, Auguste Renoir, and Paul Cézanne. Which had...
Docent Lecturer: Peggy GordonThis illustrated art history lecture will cover pieces from the special exhibition.
 Docent Lecturer: Ellen Harden
Lecturer: Beth Dungan, independent scholar and curator.
Docent Lecturer: Marsha HolmClaude Monet, a leader and lifetime adherent of Impressionism, is examined in depth. This lecture covers his career from its beginnings in the 1860s through his production of water-lily...
Docent Lecturer: Carol Nelson

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