"Let's Visit" TRAVEL VIDEO SERIES
at 10:30 am
Friday, February 28th
As critic Waldemar Januszczak reveals, impressionists were outcast rebels who persevered against the odds and more. The great outdoors-toting, folding easels and compact paint boxes impressionists trekked where no artists had gone before, but their trips to city and country weren’t carefree jaunts. Rated: NR, Runtime: 59 min.