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Join us for our next Tuesday Tea on April 10, starting at 2:30pm.  Assistant Professor of French Libby Murphy, will be talking about Paris and Modernism, focusing on Paris as hotbed of avant-garde experimentation in the 1920s, with a focus on the the places and people that helped artists, writers, sculptors, architects, composers, fashion designers, etc. come together and collaborate. Image:Charles Dufresne (French, 1876–1938)En Escale, early 20th centuryEtchingGift of Mrs. Malcolm L. McBride, AMAM 1937.10

amamblog:

Join us for our next Tuesday Tea on April 10, starting at 2:30pm.  Assistant Professor of French Libby Murphy, will be talking about Paris and Modernism, focusing on Paris as hotbed of avant-garde experimentation in the 1920s, with a focus on the the places and people that helped artists, writers, sculptors, architects, composers, fashion designers, etc. come together and collaborate. 

Image:
Charles Dufresne (French, 1876–1938)
En Escale, early 20th century
Etching
Gift of Mrs. Malcolm L. McBride, AMAM 1937.10

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