In the late nineteenth century, artistic visionaries approached the drawn and printed line as signposts of modernity. Long overshadowed by oil paintings, prints and drawings created from the 1860s to the 1890s have a different story to tell, one of artistic spontaneity and experimentation. This talk, presented by one of the co-curators of the special exhibition, will consider the hallmarks of the "Impressionist line" by looking at works from the show, including watercolors by Honoré Daumier and Berthe Morisot, drawings by Claude Monet, mysterious color woodcuts by Paul Gauguin, improvisatory etchings by Édouard Manet, pastels by Jean-François Millet and Camille Pissarro, and luminous color lithographs by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
Location: The Frick Collection, New York, NY
Event Date: 03.13.13
Speaker: Jay A. Clarke
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