I learned that I should not appeal for clemency in writing, but I have no choice, I was not an erudite visitor at the Blanton Museum of Art. I went because my friend convinced me that the exhibition was a rare partnership between Impressionism and the Caribbean. Later on I discovered that the full title of this painting collection is Impressionism and the Caribbean: Francisco Oller and His Transatlantic World.
Every Thursday admission to the museum is free so I picked a Thursday in late July. As soon as I opened the glass entrance door, a gust of wind swept me through and I landed in a realm very different than the broiling atmosphere I left behind. Continue reading “Blanton Museum of Art: Impressionism and the Caribbean”