The Impressionists were all in love with her. Berthe Morisot was a great painter who, through hard-work and application, carved for herself a career within the art world of 19th century Paris and with Mary Cassatt saved Impressionism from self-destruction. Her work, shown at the Salon and the Impressionist exhibitions, was highly influential and innovative.
Her relationship with Edouard Manet, the so-called father of Impressionism, was as intense as it was mysterious. His extraordinary paintings of her document this – perhaps they tell the story that history has denied us.
ADFAS Noosa Inc's next monthly talk, to be held on Saturday 16 September, will shine a light on a female painter who saved Impressionism from self destruction: Berthe Morisot, adored by her male contemporaries – including Manet. Refreshments will be served after. Visitors welcome - fee $25 on the door, please contact Sharon Hyde to book on 5448 2394 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Edouard Manet and Berthe Morisot: an Extraordinary Relationship
Saturday 16 September 2017
St Mary's Church, 17 William St, Tewantin
St Mary's Church, 17 William St, Noosa Junction
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