During their formative years, artists of the French Impressionist movement found a "confirmation for their personal ways of seeing, feeling, understanding and interpreting nature" in the art of Japanese woodblock prints. Discover the developments that laid the foundation for the artistic and cultural exchange between Japan and the West. Join art historian Lucas Livingston as examine the technical, aesthetic, and thematic parallels and influences between Japanese prints of the Floating World and Impressionist masterpieces from the world’s greatest art collections.
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Applies Towards the Following Certificates or Series
- Professional Growth Scholarship Series : Professional Growth Courses