The Observant Eye

Light, Color, and Tone in Édouard Manet's Paintings

Gather with other college and graduate students and curiously minded young adults, and engage in deep discussion and close observation of Édouard Manet’s paintings in the Nineteenth-Century European Paintings Galleries.

Each session is limited to twenty-five participants. Please use the Observant Eye Registration Form to register. Email observanteye@metmuseum.org for more information.

Free with Museum admission, but registration is required

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Friday Evening Gallery Events

Bring your friends and chart your own course through the galleries as you participate in activities that connect you with works of art.

William Hogarth  (British, 1697–1764) | Scholars at a Lecture (detail), January 1736 | 91.1.35

The Museum offers lectures and panels in conjunction with special exhibitions, the permanent collection, and other related topics.

Program Support

Made possible by Mr. and Mrs. Jeff C. Tarr.