Add this Event to Calendar 10/21/2021 10:30 AM 10/21/2021 10:30 AM Making a Good Impressionism: Virtual Art History with Mike Norris, PhD

How do you paint a passing perception? See how French Impressionist painters, rebelling against an ancient state system of art training, created new images, quivering with energy and emotion, through art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Princeton University Art Museum, and the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers. 

Michael Norris of Armchair Art Tours received his BA in classics from the University of California at San Diego and his MA in classics and PhD in Art History at the University of California at Santa Barbara. He spent twenty years at the Cloisters Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and has lectured on trips all over the world.

This session will be conducted on Zoom and is free of charge. Registration and internet access are required to attend. Register below to receive emailed information on how to access the program. The link will be emailed Wednesday, October 20 by 4:00 pm, after registration closes at noon.

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