Degas Hats with Cultural Historian Barbara Tomlinson

Who knew how many paintings Degas made of hats and the women in Paris who made them?

One little known avenue for women to become artists in turn-of-the-century Paris was to become a milliner. Hats were a fashionable woman's crowning glory and the women who made them became famous. Degas documented this little appreciated social phenomenon. Come learn the full story.  Sponsored by the Richard Gordon Memorial Fund. 

Price: $8, Member Price: Free, Stay for lunch - Price: $6.50, Recommended Senior Price: $4.50, reservations are needed three days in advance, contact Alison Rivlin at 908-889-8800 x260 or arivlin@jccnj.org   

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  1. Alison Rivlin
  2. 908-889-8800 ext 260
  3. arivlin@jccnj.org
Thu, March 21
11:15 am — 12:15 pm
Add to My Calendar 03/21/2019 11:15am 03/21/2019 12:15pm America/New_York Degas Hats with Cultural Historian Barbara Tomlinson

Who knew how many paintings Degas made of hats and the women in Paris who made them?

One little known avenue for women to become artists in turn-of-the-century Paris was to become a milliner. Hats were a fashionable woman's crowning glory and the women who made them became famous. Degas documented this little appreciated social phenomenon. Come learn the full story. Sponsored by the ...

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