Degas, Manet, Renoir, Manet - some of the most respected artists of history. What did they all have in common? Each worked closely with Berthe Morisot, recognized by her esteemed colleagues as a "Grande Dame of Impressionism."
Be one of the first to experience Morisot’s art in a new exhibit debuting at The Barnes Museum, the first US presentation of Morisot’s work in more than thirty years.
Trace the exceptional path of a woman who defied the social norms of the 1800s, becoming one of the most important artists of her time. In doing so, she blazed a path for so many women to follow.
Begin the day with a three-course lunch at Spasso Grill, before exploring the museum on a self-guided tour.