A CELEBRATION OF IMPRESSIONIST ART
benefitting the Hunter Museum of American Art’s upcoming exhibition Monet and American Impressionism
ABOUT THE EVENT
The Purple Lady and the Board of Directors of the Hunter Museum of American Art invite you to attend A Celebration of Impressionist Art on May 29 at 212 Market Restaurant featuring exquisite French cuisine and wines prepared by one of Franceʼs premier Chefs Christian Delouvrier with Chef Susan Moses. Guests will also have the opportunity to bid on a selection of silent auction items including artwork, fine wine, a trip, and more.
Friday, May 29, 2015
Champagne Reception & Parking
Hunter Museum of American Art
Valet Shuttle to 212 Market Restaurant
Five Course Dinner & Silent Auction
212 Market Restaurant
Valet Shuttle to Hunter Museum following dinner
RESERVATIONS (limited availability)
- $225 per person
- $2,500 table
- Call 423-267-0968 to make reservations
ABOUT MONET AND AMERICAN IMPRESSIONISM
Opening to the public June 27, Monet and American Impressionism will feature several Monet paintings and highlight twenty-five American artists who launched a new way of painting in response to the influence of French Impressionism. The exhibition, a collaboration between the Harn Museum of Art in Gainesville, the Telfair Museums in Savannah and the Hunter Museum, will present roughly fifty paintings and twenty prints dated between 1880-1920 by many of the leading figures in American Impressionism. These artists include: Mary Cassat, William Merritt Chase, Childe Hassam, Willard Metcalf, Theodore Robinson, john Henry Twatchtman and J. Alden Weir. These artists adapted the innovations of French Impressionism and ultimately paved the way to a uniquely American style of painting in the 19th century.
"This exhibition will give visitors the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore Monet's work alongside that of many of the most notable American artists of all time. We will explore the influences of French Impressionism and see how it was translated from a uniquely American perspective," said Nandini Makrandi, Chief Curator at the Hunter Museum.
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