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This exhibition, currently at the Clark Art Institute until October 15th, focuses on the lesser known landscape oeuvre of Norwegian painter Edvard Munch (1863-1944). Munch’s landscapes animate nature to convey meaning, exploring pantheistic and psychological ideas as compelling as the themes of love, anxiety, longing, and death in his better known figural images. The earth becomes the vehicle for the artist’s personal emotional expression. Let us take a tour through the spellbinding works in this exhibition, the first of its kind in the United States.

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About the lecturer(s)

Carol Tabler

Carol Forman Tabler, noted art historian, holds a PhD from the Institute of Fine Arts at NYU. Her dissertation focused on the French nineteenth-century artist Antoine Vollon, with whom she came into contact while writing the European section of the catalogue for the Heckscher Museum’s collection. Over the years she has organized exhibitions at the museum, served as a trustee, and is currently a member of the Collection Stewardship Committee there.  Her scholarship on Vollon has led to conference presentations and publication opportunities in books, journals, and exhibition catalogues, including an e-journal article available to read on the web. In 2005 she wrote the essay for a major solo exhibition on Vollon at the Wildenstein Gallery in New York.  In 2015 she donated one of Vollon’s finest drawings to the Frick Collection in New York and was invited to present a live-streamed, archived lecture on the artist, still available to view on the Frick’s website.  She considers herself a Francophile, specializing in the French nineteenth century, although her broad university-level teaching experience over the years has inevitably expanded on that concentration.

Lecture Details



1 lecture(s)
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Thursday, 10:00 AM - 12 noon

Aug 17, 2023