First Signs of Impressionism – September 14

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The First Signs of Impressionism

CLAUDE MONET – “Meules (Haystacks, white frost)”- 1891 - oil on canvas - Hill-Stead Museum, Farmington, CT

CLAUDE MONET – “Meules (Haystacks, white frost)”- 1891 – oil on canvas – Hill-Stead Museum, Farmington, CT

presentation by Joe Gyurcsak

Friday, September 14th

7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

$15, Members $10

 

Joe Gyurcsak, Blick/Utrecht Resident Artist and Trenton Museum Society Trustee, will provide an in-depth lecture tracing back the history of impressionism. He will reveal the artists, subjects and methods that brought impressionism to the world. The lecture covers the origins of the genre and its expanse across the Asian, European and American continents.

Joe has traveled extensively demonstrating painting practices and lecturing on a broad range of fine art subjects. He has conducted his extensive art education programs for over 18 years at more than 160 art institutions, schools and organizations throughout North America.

Mr. Gyurcsak is a nationally recognized artist with award winning paintings in multiple mediums and his work is exhibited and collected nationally.

Please join us at this presentation.


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