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Berthe Morisot, a review

In this talk we will trace Berthe Morisot's biography, her influences and the development of her style, and discuss how Morisot was able to thrive within the most radical group of artists, The Impressionists, in 19th century Paris. More info below.

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Berthe Morisot, a review
Berthe Morisot, a review

Time & Location

Mar 10, 2023, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM GMT

Hybrid (online or in person), Quadrant Rd, Richmond TW9 1DH, UK

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About the Event

Berthe Morisot (1841-1895) was born into a well to-do family and educated within the conventions of a young woman of her class.  Excelling at drawing and encouraged by her mother she developed into a professional artist exhibiting at the Paris Salon.  A close friendship with Edouard Manet, (she married his brother) saw her style develop to a light impressionist style with subjects focused on the feminine and domestic.

Delivered by Hattie Bennett 

This lecture introduces the artist subject of an upcoming exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery, 31-March – 10-Sep-2023, London

Please note that once you pay you will get an automated email confirming your payment. This email will also contain one link should you wish to follow the talks online, please notify us well in advance if you did not receive the link.

Should you want to attend this lecture in person please let us know by emailing us at Admin@arthistoricallondon.com,

our venue is:

The Richmond Library Annexe, Quadrant Rd, Richmond TW9 1DH

Note that we will adhere to the latest government regulations. Please follow the instructions.

We urge you to read the COVID-19 Safety Acknowledgment, which is part of our Booking terms and conditions and cancellation policy

When joining online, please make sure to log on 10 min before the start of the talks. This talk will be delivered in Zoom Meeting. This means your camera and microphone are on upon joining. You are welcome to either turn things off or join the discussion before and after the talk. Please mute yourself during the lecture.

A recording will be made of this lecture and can be bought separately at the end of the talk.

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