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Noontime Art Talk by Andrew Eschelbacher, Susan Donnell and Harry W. Konkel Assistant Curator of European Art Portland Museum of Art Catch a glimpse into life in 19th century Paris with this French Impressionist painting, which... more >
Noontime Art Talk by Véronique Plesch, Professor of Art History A talk on the practice of the Grand Tour and on the souvenirs that were brought back, mostly in the 19th century and from Italy.... more >
Professor Dave Peterson, Faculty Fellow in Theater and Dance, will lead a discussion on Carlo Goldini’s “The Servant of Two Masters” and Jacques Callot’s etchings Balli de Sfessania (1621), which depict figures from the commedia... more >
A successful painter of mythological scenes, battles and portraits in early nineteenth-century France, François Gérard was also an important participant in the period’s revitalized salon culture. Daniel Harkett examines how his works decorated the rooms... more >