French Impressionism: An Accessible Paradise Trailer

French Impressionism: An Accessible Paradise Trailer (1995)

01 January 1995

Join art aficionado Rosamond Bernier at New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art as she discusses the post-impressionist masters in this installment of her sold-out lecture series. You'll have a front-row seat as Bernier -- who possesses encyclopedic knowledge about the subject -- offers an in-depth presentation on the works of pointillist Georges Seurat, Paul Gauguin and the father of modern art, Paul Cezanne.

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