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Édouard Manet painted his last great canvas “A Bar at the Folies-Bergère”, in 1882. Ever since, the painting of the barmaid at the boisterous concert hall has fascinated viewers and critics alike. What does the picture say about modern life in Paris at the end of the nineteenth century? What does the young barmaid’s fashion, pose, and address to the viewer reveal about her identity? What are the painting’s twists and turns, and how has it been interpreted? $25

CC – 2 Ages Teen/Adult Thursday November 29 6:30 – 8:30pm

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