Tag Archives: Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell

Media alert: Art historian will discuss creativity and exploitation in the Parisian millinery trade

ST. LOUIS, Feb. 7, 2017—In conjunction with a groundbreaking exhibition exploring the theme of millinery within Impressionist iconography, art historian Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell will discuss the high-fashion hat trade in Belle Époque Paris at the Saint Louis Art Museum’s annual Mary Strauss Women in the Arts Lecture at 7 pm on Friday, March 3 in the… Read More »

Media alert: Groundbreaking Degas exhibition will be accompanied by catalogue

  ST. LOUIS, Jan. 24, 2017—The first exhibition to explore Edgar Degas’ fascination with high-fashion hats and the women who made them will be accompanied by a scholarly, full-color catalogue. The groundbreaking exhibition—Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade—opens at the Saint Louis Art Museum on Feb. 12. The catalogue is edited by the exhibition’s… Read More »

Press release: Upcoming exhibition explores Edgar Degas’ fascination with the hat makers of Paris

ST. LOUIS, Oct. 4, 2016—Best known for his depictions of Parisian dancers and laundresses, Edgar Degas (French, 1834-1917) was enthralled with another aspect of life in the French capital—high-fashion hats and the women who created them. The artist, invariably well-dressed and behatted himself, “was not afraid to go into ecstasies in front of the milliners’… Read More »