Open 12 – 5 PM, Tuesday - Friday   |  Saturday & Sunday, 10 AM - 5 PM  |  Members' Hours: 5 – 7 PM, Thursday

Tickets for the Degas exhibition are Free for Mother's Day (May 8, 2022).
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Exhibitions


EDGAR DEGAS: THE PRIVATE IMPRESSIONIST

@ Muscarelle Museum of Art, Cheek, Graves & Burns Galleries
February 12, 2022 - May 29, 2022


Museum Information



Hours

Monday: Closed
Tuesday - Friday: 12 - 5 PM
Saturday - Sunday: 10 AM - 5 PM

 

* Members' Only Exhibition Hours
Thursday: 5 - 7 PM


Admission

Current Special Exhibition Admission

Free for Members, W&M students, faculty, and staff

$10 for Non-Members


Location

Muscarelle Museum of Art
William & Mary
603 Jamestown Road
Williamsburg, VA 23185

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Events



Speaking French: The Influence of The École Des Beaux-arts on 19th Century American Architecture

May 18, 2022 6:00 pm

David Brashear, Director, Muscarelle Museum of Art

In 1846, Richard Morris Hunt became the first American student to be admitted to the architecture section of the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Two decades later, Charles McKim also enrolled at the École. Their collective impact on American architecture included both true Beaux-Arts styling, directly imported from France, and an evolved rationality that had its basis in French design but reflected a more rational, American approach.

FREE

Muscarelle Reads

May 25, 2022 6:00 pm

Virtual Event:

Picasso Looks at Degas
(Published by the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute and the Museu Picasso, Barcelona, 2010)

Please join us for a virtual book club co-hosted by David Brashear, Museum Director, and Charles Palermo, Professor of Art History at William & Mary. Our featured book presents Pablo Picasso’s direct responses to Edgar Degas’ works, as well as more conceptual and challenging affinities between their individual bodies of work. Illustrated essays explore the artists’ parallel interests in modern urban life, ballet dancers, activities such as bathing and combing the hair, photography, and the challenges of sculpture. The book also provides the first extended analysis of Picasso’s engagement with Degas’ art in his final years, when he acquired several of the French artist’s brothel monotypes and reworked some of them in his own prints.

FREE



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