With the approach of Mother’s Day, Art Historian Vivian Gordon will present a timely look at how artists from the Renaissance to the 19th century have represented children. Special focus will be given to the “modern” treatment of children by Impressionist painters such as Monet, Renoir, Degas, and Cassatt. From traditional portraiture and imagined scenes of play, to images of loss and hardship, she will explain how artists have portrayed children and the notion of childhood at different periods of time.
Registration required. An email with the Zoom login will be sent prior to the program.