The Clark Museum is known for its striking architecture and masterpieces from the Renaissance through the early 20th Century, including paintings from Degas, Monet, Manet and even a Botticelli! New for 2019, The Clark presents Renoir: The
Body, The Senses, a special exhibit of more than 70 paintings, drawings, pastels and sculptures by the incomparable artist. Be one of the first to see this daring exhibit that is the first major exploration of Renoir’s unceasing interest in the human form, presented in recognition of 100 years after Renoir’s death. On a guided tour of the exhibit, see how the body - particularly the nude - became Renoir’s defining subject.
Before the museum, enjoy a three-course lunch at the Gala Restaurant, in a castle-like setting nestled in the Berkshire Mountains.