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Stephen Brown, Elizabeth Easton and Aimée Brown Price: Vuillard

The Evening Lecture Series is free and open to the public. With inquiries, please contact Kara Carmack at kcarmack@nyss.org.

Stephen Brown: Art Historian and curator of Edouard Vuillard: A Painter and His Muses, which opens at New York’s Jewish Museum (May 4-September 23, 2012). Chief consultant for the collection devoted to the Dreyfus Affair at the University of Pennsylvania, PA. Stephen Brown has published in various journals and anthologies including the Bulletin for Research in the HumanitiesBurlington Magazine, and numerous exhibition catalogues.

Aimée Brown Price:  Author of Pierre Puvis de Chavannes (Yale University Press, 2010)–an artist pivotal to and verging on Vuillard–curated an exhibition of Puvis’s work  (Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, 1994), and has published and lectured widely on it and 19th century public and private art (including Oxford and Cambridge Universities, Princeton, Yale, the Chicago Art Institute, and the New York Studio School).  Recipient of a number of fellowships, prizes, and awards, she was conferred the honor of Chevalier in Arts and Letters by the French nation in 2011.

Elizabeth W. Easton: Co-Founder and Director of the Center for Curatorial Leadership; Former Chair, Department of European Painting and Sculpture at the Brooklyn Museum, where she curated numerous exhibitions including The Intimate Eye of Edouard Vuillard. Prolific writer and speaker, Elizabeth Easton lectures nationally and internationally on diverse topics, including, “Transcending the Easel: Vuillard anPhotography“. Recipient of many academic honors, including a Fulbright and two Andrew W. Mellon fellowships.

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