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Tuesdays, November 12 – December 17, 1 – 3pm


Paul Cézanne. Ginger Jar (detail), c. 1895. BF23. Public Domain.

$250; members $225

(6 classes)

Class is full; to be wait-listed, email us.

About the Class

Find out why Giotto and Cézanne are both called “the father of modern art.” Working centuries apart, the two artists opened up new ways of thinking about how three-dimensional space could be represented on a flat canvas and how human figures might inhabit that space.

Capacity: 18


Deborah Krupp, PhD

Krupp has been teaching the Barnes method of aesthetic appreciation for more than ten years, first for the Violette de Mazia Foundation and now for the Barnes.