Rediscover American art history through an in-depth exploration of five iconic works of art, and learn how the country created its national identity in visual terms. Amanda C. Burdan, Ph.D., assistant curator, will present art in the context of American culture and reveal the interconnectedness of American life and art. The five part series continues this Friday (March 1st) with Andrew Wyeth’s Christina’s World (1948).
Tickets for individual lectures are $15 for adults, $12 for members and may be only be purchased at the Museum on the day of the program. In the event of a weather cancellation, the scheduled lecture will be moved to the following week. For more information contact The Brandywine River Museum by phone at 610-388-8326 or visit www.brandywinemuseumshop.org
- Putting Andrew Wyeth into Pictures, Words, and Music (bigthink.com)
- That Gentleman (1960), by Andrew Wyeth (musiqdragonfly.wordpress.com)
- Tom Clark in the eyes of Andrew Wyeth (musiqdragonfly.wordpress.com)
- Chester County writer celebrates life of painter Horace Pippin (philly.com)
- The Annual Chadds Ford Art Show is Coming Up! (kimberleyvassalinsurance.wordpress.com)