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When Edgar Degas traveled across the sea to visit his Creole family in New Orleans in 1872, he continually expressed his anxiety about his sight and his difficulty apprehending or painting the black persons so novel to him.
The first of this year’s two Shouky Shaheen Lectures forms a part of an international symposium organized in conjunction with the exhibition One Heart, One Wa
Jean-Honoré Fragonard’s extraordinary series of views from the Villa d’Este in Tivoli has been described as “one of the most beautiful red chalk drawings ever made.” Focusing on the specific visual and material aspects of this remarkable series, the lecture will discuss how the series contributed
Shouky Shaheen Distinguished Lecture