Art History: The Capture of Light – Nature and the City (April 18)

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Anne Connor
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04/18/2017 - 04/18/2017 10:00AM - 12:00PM on Tue
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Starting in the 1840s, artists become more interested in nature and painting in plein air.  Their interests also turn to the changing city and its suburbs.

April 18 – Sculpture and the Capture of Light

May 2 – Pre-Raphaelism and Ruskin

May 16 – Arts and Crafts – Symbolism – Art Nouveau

This class is supported by Friends of European Art, a support organization of Phoenix Art Museum. Founded by Anne Connor in 1997, Friends of European Art is an active group of people that promotes and inspires enthusiasm for and interest in European art.  Learn more at