Art: Renoir, Gauguin exhibit is a must

2010-12-22T08:11:00Z Art: Renoir, Gauguin exhibit is a must missoulian.com
December 22, 2010 8:11 am

There's an awesome art show at the University of Montana. Awesome means that there are three original Renoir paintings, one early Gauguin and several other beautiful oil paintings by John William Waterhouse and Max Ernst.

I'm in awe that Missoula has another art happening that I wish were a destination for more Missoulians. Kids, bring your parents. Grandparents, bring your grandkids. You won't be disappointed.

Because of a tight budget at the Montana Museum of Art and Culture, the gallery hours are fewer than I would like. Perhaps more support would allow for more accessibility.

You don't want to miss this. For more information, go to www.umt.edu/montanamuseum or call 243-2019. See you there!

Sandy Sheppard, Missoula

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