Renoir at the Clark: Late Renoir

Renoir at the Clark: Late Renoir


May 15, 2019

10:00 AM-11:00 AM

Clark Center


Sterling and Francine Clark had a special affection for Pierre-Auguste Renoir. His works had pride of place in their collection. With almost forty works by the artist in the Clark’s collection today, Renoir is a favorite among visitors. In advance of the summer 2019 exhibition, Renoir: The Body, The Senses, which coincides with the centennial of the artist’s death, we are taking the opportunity to look closely at Renoir’s career and legacy. Please join us for six member-exclusive talks with Clark curatorial staff that focus on the artist's works in the Clark collection.

PLEASE NOTE: Reservations are required for all member events unless specified otherwise. Due to security regulations and the sensitive nature of works in our collection, we cannot accept walk-ins.

Renoir Member Talks

January 16, 10 am, “Renoir’s Bathers” with Regina Noto, Curatorial Assistant
February 14, 10 am, “A Passion for Renoir” with Kathleen Morris, Sylvia & Leonard Marx Director of Collections & Exhibitions
March 20, 10 am, “It’s Painting Cats and Dogs: Renoir’s Animals” with Megan Baker, Curatorial Assistant
April 10, 10 am, “Renoir’s Landscapes” with Alexis Goodin, Curatorial Research Associate
April 25, 10 am, “Renoir: The Body, the Senses: A Preview” with Esther Bell, Chief Curator
May 15, 10 am, “Late Renoir” with Regina Noto, Curatorial Assistant

Image: Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Self-Portrait (detail), 1899. Clark Art Institute, 1955.611