Panel: Impressionists Between Worlds
On Wednesday, June 14 at 7pm, join art historians Caroline Shields, Nikki Georgopulos, and Samantha Burton for a conversation about their research on pioneering women Impressionist painters: the American Mary Cassatt and her Canadian contemporary Helen McNicoll. Renowned for their depictions of modern womanhood, these artists had a profound impact on the development and proliferation of Impressionism in North America. This panel talk will take place at the AGO's Jackman Hall.
Artwork credit: Mary Cassatt, Summertime, 1894. Oil on canvas, 100.6 x 81.3 cm. Terra Foundation of American Art, Daniel J. Terra Collection. 1988.25. Photo Terra Foundation of American Art, Chicago. Right: Helen Galloway McNicoll, Picking Flowers, c. 1912. Oil on canvas, Unframed: 94 x 78.8 cm. Gift of R. Fraser Elliott, Toronto, in memory of Betty Ann Elliott, 1992. Art Gallery of Ontario. 92/102.