Get a glimpse inside 1860-1880 era in France when artists used fashion to communicate the idea of modernity and to bridge between the two. Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity includes about 90 paintings, fashion portraits, photographs, fashion plates, advertisements and other printed materials.
- Type: Arts & Museums
- Nearest Train: Harrison
- Venue Description:
From popular Rembrandt masterpieces to recent works by lesser-known artists, the Art Institute of Chicago houses one of the finest art collections in the world. Spanning centuries of human creativity, exhibits include a distinguished collection of prints and drawings, an internationally acclaimed collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings, sculptures, photographs, Asian, African and American arts, architectural drawings, textiles and more. Many pieces are on loan from the famed Terra Foundation for American Art. Educational programs and guided museum tours are available. Art books, reproductions, postcards and other items are available in the museum shop. Free public lectures are given during weekends.