Evening Lecture-- Mad on Color: Impressionism in Venice
Historian Bernard Berenson wrote from Venice to
his patron Isabella Stewart Gardner in 1888, “One
soon forgets to think of form here, going almost mad
on color, thinking in color, talking in color, almost
living in color.” Join our speaker George Shackelford, the Deputy Director of Kimbell Art Museum as he shows the ways the Impressionists Renoir and Monet, along
with friends Whistler and Sargent, went “mad on
color” in the magical city of water and light.
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