Explore the distinctions, and the harmonies, of the two major aesthetic movements of the late 18th and early 19th centuries—classicism and romanticism—as represented by paintings and sculptures in the Museum’s collection. Consider how American artists shaped European sources to their time and place as well as their effect on American (especially Bostonian) patronage, art collecting, and museum formation.
Deborah Stein, adjunct instructor
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