The Boston Museum of Fine Arts has taken works from its permanent collection and mounted two of the summer's finer print shows. "Contemporaries of Degas," being shown in conjunction with the Museum's highly publicized Degas exhibit, displays lithographs, etchings and a few oil paintings by artists who explored the same subject matter as Degas or who were greatly influenced by the "reluctant impressionist." Prints by Toulous-Lautrec, Signac, Vuillard and Daumier are organized around the themes of women, nightlife, the circus--subjects which have rarely if ever been treated with as much insight and relish as in the works of these artists. "Paris Observed" is a brief but memorable introduction to mid-18th-century Paris and Parisians as seen by Daumier.
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