Filed under: art and ideas | Tags: exotic, Frances Fowle, impressionism, impressionist, Pansodan Scene
Some European impressionist painters searched outside of their homelands for inspiration. Why,
and what did they see?
Pansodan Scene is very pleased to invite the art-loving public and artists to Dr. Frances Fowle’s exploration of the searches of the Impressionist painters. Her illustrated talk, Impressionism and the Exotic: in search of new styles and subjects will be in English, with summaries in Burmese.
Pansodan is very pleased to have the art historian and curator sharing her knowledge and ideas with the Yangon art community. Dr Fowle is Reader in History of Art at the University of Edinburgh and Senior Curator of French art at the Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh, has written widely on impressionist painters.
Click the links to some of her books to see them on Amazon, the latest of which is American Impressionism: A New Vision, 1880-1900, co-written with Katherine Bourguignon.
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