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Camille Pissarro: Jewish Impressionist Painter

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Camille Pissarro was the only Jewish Impressionist painter, and he was deeply affected by the anti-Semitism he encountered. Curator Karen Levitov discusses the Jewish Museum's new exhibition “Camille Pissarro: Impressions of City and Country,” and how Pissaro expressed his political views in his paintings.

”Camille Pissarro: Impressions of City and Country” will be on display until February 3, 2008. To learn more about the exhibition, visit the Jewish Museum website.

Guests:

Karen Levitov
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John Berg from Mansfield Center, Connecticut

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Dec. 11 2007 01:52 PM

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