During the height of Impressionism in the 1870s and 1880s, Gustave Caillebotte produced some of the movement's most daring and bold paintings. Experimenting with radical points of view and audacious perspective, he created striking images of Paris streets, of domestic life and of country pursuits. Some 50 paintings from 1875 to
1882--the time in which Caillebotte was most committed to the Impressionist movement--reveal his genius. Together they present to American audiences for the first time in a generation the full range of Caillebotte's extraordinary vision.
November 8-February 14
3333 Camp Bowie Drive.