Fashionistas of the 1890s | SOLD OUT!

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Paul Signac (French, 1863–1935), Woman Arranging Her Hair, Opus 227 (Arabesques for a Dressing Room), 1892
Private collection. Photo by Peter Willi / The Bridgeman Art Library.

Take a closer look at women’s fashion at the end of the 19th- century, an era that ushered in great reforms in women’s dresses. Join Niloo Paydar, Curator of Textiles and Fashion Arts, to explore the elegant dresses depicted in the portraiture of Face To Face: The Neo-Impressionist Portrait.

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$12 - Public Ticket
Free - Member Ticket
$6 - Children ages 7-17
$6 - College student (with ID)
Indianapolis Museum of Art 4000 Michigan Rd., Indianapolis, IN