The cell phone audio tour for the exhibition, Artists from France: Paintings and Prints from the Art Museum Collection is now available. This is a free service offered by the UW Art Museum and provides additional information about each artist in this exhibition. Artists from France features work in various different media, from many genres and major artistic movements, including Surrealism, Pointillism and from the Barbizon school.
The cell phone audio tour provides biographic information on these artists and helps explain their artistic influences and the impact they had on the art scene throughout the late 19th and early 20th centuries. As many of the works in this exhibition are works on paper, there is also a prompt that explains some of the printmaking techniques used in these works. See below for prompt numbers and instructions. Handouts are available at the Museum's front desk and on our website.
Dial 307-200-0040 from your cell phone. Press the corresponding number, followed by the pound key (#).
1 - Audio Tour Instructions
2 - General Museum Information
50 - Introduction to Artists from France
51 - Printmaking Processes: Definitions and Explanations
52 - Felix Bracquemond, Geese in Storm
53 - Jules Dupré, Summer Landscape
54 - Charles‐François Daubigny, Le Lever Du Soleil
55 - Auguste Lepere, Coucher De Soleil Derriere Les Arbres
56 - Albert Besnard, La Morte
57 - James Jacques Tissot, Au Bord De La Mer and Printemps
58 - Raoul Dufy, La Plage Et Le Port
59 - Ferdinand Jean Luigini, A Bridge in Flanders
60 - Charles Meryon, St. Etienne‐Du‐Mont
61 - Felix Hilaire Buhot, Une Matinee D’Hiyer Au Quai De L’Hotel Dieu
62 - Edgar Degas, Dancer
63 - Pierre Bonnard, Sainte Monique
64 - Paul Gauguin, Couseuse
65 -Paul Signac, Barques De Pêche á Marseille
66 - Georges Rouault, Fille Nue
67 - Jacques Villon, Portrait of Rimbaud
68 - André Masson, Surrealist Woman
69 - Henri Matisse, Ronsard Love Poems
70 - Yves Tanguy, Surrealist Figures
71 - Jean Cocteau, Evocation Au Dieu Ra
Funding for this program is provided by the Wyoming Arts Council through the Wyoming State Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes a great nation deserves great art.
Artists from France will remain on view through December 23, 2010.