Painting Quickly, Lasting Impressions
August 4, 2001
The following is a list of talks given at a symposium presented in conjunction with the exhibition Impression: Painting Quickly in France, 1860-1890. The symposium offered scholars from around the world the opportunity to discuss and debate issues of Impressionist practice, technique, and interpretation.
Titles appearing in blue are available for review by clicking on the link.
For more information, contact the Research and Academic Program or call 413-458-0460.
A Woman's Touch
University College, London
Courtauld Institute of Art, London
Looking at Surfaces
Richard R. Brettell
University of Texas, Dallas
Male Jargon - Female Presence
Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, Munich
University of Texas, Austin
Monet's Débâcles: When Quick Turns Slow
Musées de France, Paris
Painting without God
Independent scholar, New York
University of Hamburg
The Autonomy of the Impression
Northwestern University, Evanston