In this three-class series, we’ll focus on three female painters from the late 19th and early 20th centuries: Mary Cassatt (her painting, The Boating Party, is shown here), Berthe Morisot (1841-1895), and Marie Bracquemond (1840-1916).
Each of these artists paints in their own, unique style. None of them has received as much recognition as their male counterparts from the same period, like Claude Monet. And they’re not the only accomplished female impressionists from this period.
Students will interpret a section of each painting for style, composition, and color. One project will be in colored pencil overlays.
The Boating Party is on view at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC!
This class is for ages 14+.
Please use the Notes section on the registration form to list any accommodations you’ll need during the class.