Free tour offered

WILLIAMSTOWN, MA—On Sunday, April 21, at 11:15 am, the Clark Art Institute presents a free In Focus tour examining how artists working in 19th century Britain used realism and compelling storytelling in their art. A Clark educator leads a thematic tour of the permanent collection, exploring how key artists depicted emotions in their figural works. Learn about groundbreaking modes of landscape painting originated by artists such as Joseph Mallord, William Turner, and John Constable.

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