Emily Carr in France


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Modern Art in Paris in 1910 had a profound effect on Emily Carr. Her trips to various locations in France and her encounters with Impressionist, Post Impressionist, Fauve and Cubist art inspired and stimulated Carr to create using an entirely new visual vocabulary, technique and palette. We will consider her sketches, oils on canvas, watercolours and her writing as well. Where Carr went, who she studied with, as well as the why, how and when, will form the framework of this course. Attention will also be paid to the leading artists and movements which constituted the Modern Art of Paris in Carr’s time. Each lecture will provide many examples of Carr’s artwork from private as well as public collections.

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