Whitney Kruckenberg received her PhD in art history from Temple University’s Tyler School of Art in 2014. She has taught art history at a variety of colleges in Philadelphia and New York City, including Temple University, Rutgers University–Camden and the Pratt Institute.
Writing on the first Impressionist exhibition in 1874, the critic Jules Castagnary observed about the painters’ preference for “the unfinished” (Le non fini): “One cannot say that the Impressionists invented it. They vaunt it, they exalt it . . . they put it on a pedestal and they adore it.” Read More