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September 18, 2014
WFCR Local Features
WFCR Local Features
On Exhibit -- Picasso Looks At Degas
(2010-06-26)
(wfcr) - When 19 year old Pablo Picasso settled in Paris in 1901, he lived just a few blocks away from the impressionist master Edgar Degas, one of the most famous and influential artists of his day. A new exhibit at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts, traces Picasso's lifelong fascination with the art and personality of Degas. WFCR's Chris Rohmann visited the exhibit and has this report © Copyright 2014, wfcr