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Diane and her guests talk about a new, comprehensive exhibit of 19th- and 20th-century French artist Edouard Vuillard’s work, now at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. They’ll talk about the pivotal art movements Vuillard belonged to, the diversity of his work, and the creative forces of his life.
- Kimberly Jones assistant curator, department of French paintings, National Gallery of Art
- Blake Gopnik chief art critic, "Washington Post"
- Philip Conisbee senior curator of European Paintings and Curator of French Paintings, National Gallery of Art
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