Essays by Kathleen Adler, Beatrice Farwell, Tamar Garb, Anne Higonnet, Suzanne Glover Lindsay, Linda Nochlin, and Anne Schirrmeister
Essays by a distinguished group of art historians focus on a range of issues related to Morisot as a woman artist – patronage, iconography, sources, and social context. They also treat individual works by the artist in depth. In their original form, they were presented as lectures and at a symposium held in April 1988, in conjunction with the exhibition, Berthe Morisot – Impressionist.
120 pages (hardcover)