At the time, I didn't know anything about impressionism, I didn't study European art history in school.
Day on Giverny, a series of photographic works which place you in your Karen Black attire in the gardens made famous by painter Claude Monet.
Kenny Scharf, Kembra in Prettyland Kembra Pfahler , 2001, oil on canvas via artnet.
Did anyone specific shape your thinking around that? I do not think that I am too harsh but I would expected to have a clear understanding chronological, based on style, etc of the whole exhibition to be able to enjoy it.