While images of shimmering waters and sun-dappled fields are often seen as the hallmark of the Impressionists, these painters also produced numerous portraits and depictions of the human figure – many of which were acquired by Boston art collectors in the early 20th century. Looking at examples from the late 19th century, we will explore the diverse use of portraiture in the work of artists such as Cézanne, Renoir and Degas. This gallery talk will be given by curatorial research fellow, Julia Welch.
Impressionist Portraits from Boston Private Collections
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Sharf Visitor Center
- Admission Free with Admission - No Ticket Required
- This event is free with cost of admission.
- Event Type
- Gallery Activities and Tours