The end of the 19th century brought a new art, differing from that which had dominated since the Renaissance. That new art, represented by Picasso in France, and later by Pollock in the United States, eventually influenced the art of the world. This course examines the rise and influence of this new art by analyzing examples primarily from Europe and America, but also from other parts of the world.
John Hermanson, adjunct instructor
Four Wednesdays, November 2–30 (except November 23), 10:30 am–Noon
Above: Arthur Garfield Dove, That Red One, 1944. 1990.408. Oil and wax on canvas. Gift of the William H. Lane Foundation.
Tickets must be purchased prior to the start of the first session; individual sessions are not available.
To order tickets by phone, call 1-800-440-6975; to order in person, visit any MFA ticket desk.