Sunday, September 18:
Visit to the home of a collector of outstanding works by artists from
the Indian subcontinent.
Saturday, October 22:
Drawings for Paintings in the Age of Rembrandt, National Gallery
of Art, West Building. Lorena
Bradford, Manager of Accessible Programs at the NGA, WPC Board member
and editor of On Paper, will lead us on a tour of over ninety
drawings and twenty-five paintings by such renowned Golden Age masters
as Aelbert Cuyp, Pieter Jansz Saenredam, and Rembrandt van Rijn. Ms.
Bradford will discuss the many ways Dutch artists used preliminary drawings
in the painting process.
Thursday, November 17, 6:00-8:00
pm. The Fairchild Gallery at Lauinger Library, Georgetown University,
37th & N Streets, N.W. Garage parking at 3611 Canal Road
Reception and Panel Discussion:
"Impact of abstractism in American art from 1930s to today"
Panelists: Joann Moser (print
curator), Terry Parmelee (artist), Karen Seibert (Werner Drewes estate)
and Ingrid Rose (author, Werner Drewes catalogue raisonée)
In conjunction with the exhibition Color
in Relief: Wood Block Prints from Origins to Abstraction
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