Paris between Two World Wars: Art, Culture, Life

GENINT 731.146
Osher (50+). The course explore the internationally diverse artists in Paris from the end of World War I to the advent of World War II.

About this course:

Immerse yourself in an atmosphere of astonishing intellectual and artistic ferment, as we explore the internationally diverse artists whose new forms and ideas made Paris--until the advent of World War II--the cultural capital of the world in the fine arts, film, classical and popular music, dance, fashion, decorative and graphic arts, photography, and literature.

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