From Degas To De Kooning, An Eclectic Gallery Tour

Cultural destinations column, which this particular Sunday sends readers to London, for Degas and dance at the Royal Academy; Hamburg, for photographs of Paris at the Deichtorhallen’s House of Photography; New York, for De Kooning at the Museum of Modern Art; Los Angeles, for two shows on LA art, at the Getty; Cambridge, England, for Vermeer, at the Fitwilliam; and Paris, for Rodin’s drawings, at the Rodin Museum.

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