Explore intriguing artworks and the artists who made them through these members only special gallery talks.
Members are invited to explore artworks and the artists who made them through these special gallery talks that take place in various locations around the Museum. Tours take place select Tuesdays every month at 3pm.
This program is open to Members only.
October 11, 2018
Light and Shadow, from Rubens to Flavin
From Renaissance artists’ use of ‘chiaroscuro’ (light and dark) to create illusionistic paintings, to the exploration of light itself as an artistic medium, this discussion explores artworks in the Museum Collection that reveal the formal and expressive power of light - or its absence – by artists such as Peter Paul Rubens, Camille Pissarro, Man Ray, and Teresita Fernández. Presented by William Randolph Hearst Curator of Education Glenn Tomlinson.
For questions or to register by phone, please call the Membership Office at (561) 659-6786.