Women’s Work: Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Collecting in Berlin, 1880-1930

Nancy Yeide speaks about the Jewish women in Weimar Berlin who were behind some of the most important pre-World War II art collections.

Yeide, head of the Department of Curatorial Records at The National Gallery of Art since 1990, is a leading authority on cultural property looted by the Nazis.

The event is on Thursday, September 10, 6:15p.m. at the Milwaukee Art Museum (700 N. Art Museum Dr). Admission is free with this news article or with MAM membership.