John Singer Sargent, Fishing for Oysters at Cancale, 1878. Oil paint on canvas; 16-1/8 x 24 in. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Gift of Miss Mary Appleton, 35.708. Photograph © 2020 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Impressionism's Summers

with Annette Stott, Professor of Art History at the University of Denver

John Singer Sargent, Fishing for Oysters at Cancale, 1878. Oil paint on canvas; 16-1/8 x 24 in. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Gift of Miss Mary Appleton, 35.708. Photograph © 2020 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Annette Stott, Ph.D., is a professor of art history at the University of Denver, specializing in American art of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. She has made a particular study of American artists in Holland during this period, with the book Holland Mania: The Unknown Dutch Period in American Art and Culture (1998), the exhibition Dutch Utopia: American Artists in Holland, 1880-1914 (2009), and many articles, edited books, and book chapters. She teaches all aspects of American art at the University of Denver where she has also served as past Director of the School of Art and Art History and past Director of the DU-Iliff School of Theology Joint Ph.D. in the Study of Religion. Her current work concerns American Christian gravestones.

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