This program is over. Hope you didn't miss it! Browse other programs we offer Masterworks by Cézanne at the Barnes Foundation Afternoon Lecture/Seminar Thursday, March 23, 2023 - 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. ET Add to calendar iCalendar Gmail Yahoo Mail Outlook Outlook.com Code: 1NV024 Location: This online program is presented on Zoom. Select your Tickets $30 Member $35 Non-Member Save when you purchase this program as a part of one of these series! 3 Program Series: Masterworks by Renoir, Cézanne, and Matisse at the Barnes Foundation Find Series tickets Resize text Nature morte au crane, (detail) by Paul Cézanne, 1896-98 Drawing on what is considered one of the greatest post-impressionist and early modern art collections in the world, Barnes Foundation educator Penny Hansen guides a series of live virtual tours that examine in depth the paintings of three artists who helped shape a truly revolutionary period in the history of art. Using high-definition Deep Zoom technology developed by the Barnes, she leads participants through the Philadelphia museum’s galleries and provides astonishingly close-up views of the canvases, revealing their paint surface, brushstrokes, and details in ways that bring the art and the artist vividly to life. All programs provide the chance to interact with Hansen in a Q&A session. Session Information Cézanne The Barnes Foundation holds the world’s largest collection of works by Paul Cézanne, some 69 pieces including his masterworks The Large Bathers and The Card Players. Picasso spoke for a generation in declaring, “Cézanne is the father of us all: Without Cézanne there would be no modern art.” Hansen explores Cézanne’s career, his reclusive life, his style, his characteristic brushstrokes, and his deep influence on 20th-century art. World Art History Certificate elective: Earn 1/2 credit* Additional Sessions of the Impressionists at the Barnes Series March 9: Matisse March 16: Renoir General Information View Common FAQs and Policies about our Online Programs on Zoom. *Enrolled participants in the World Art History Certificate Program receive 1/2 elective credit. Not yet enrolled? Learn about the program, its benefits, and how to register here.