Americans in Paris
An excellent exhibition of works from mid-19th century American expatriates in Paris.
Any American artist worth his salt longed to travel to Paris after the Civil War, said Jody Feinberg in the Quincy, Mass., Patriot Ledger. And scores of them did. After all, Paris was the capital of the art world in the mid-19th century, while American art was still in its infancy. These Americans felt at home in Paris, said curator Erica Hirshler, where