Pat Conte, Barnes Foundation docent, gives a lecture and slide presentation including the works of Renoir, Cezanne, Matisse, and Picasso. This fascinating presentation discusses the history of the Barnes Foundation, “The Art of Looking”, and how the artists within the wall ensembles relate to each other. Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania since 2012, the Barnes Foundation is the home of the largest and most valuable collection of Impressionist and post-Impressionist works of art in the world. Through the cooperation of the Barnes Foundation, the Friends Auxiliary invites you to experience the mysteries behind timeless masterpieces. Lecture is presented in the Museum's Wolgin Gallery, followed by a luncheon in the Grand Hall.