Art Historian and LAM Curatorial Fellow Jean Stern discusses Historic Artists of Northern California in an hour-long illustrated lecture that examines the principal painters and their influence on the art of Northern California between 1870 and 1920. The lecture will include, among others, Albert Bierstadt (1830-1902), Thomas Hill (1829-1908), William Keith (1838-1911), Frank Mathews (1860-1945) and Lucia K. Mathews (1870-1955), Euphemia Charlton Fortune (1885-1969), John Gamble (1863-1957) and Armin C. Hansen (1886-1957).
Along with several examples of their paintings, Mr. Stern will show archival photographs of each artist. The lecture comprises approximately 90 color slides and lasts about 45 minutes with time for questions afterwards.
John Moran Auctioneers & Appraisers are the exclusive auctioneer / appraiser business for the 2023 Jean Stern Presents lectures.
LATE AFTERNOON, MONTEREY- by Euphemia Charlton Fortune. (Private Collection)
Advance tickets recommended.
Museum members: $12
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Movie-Made Los Angeles: Lecture and Book Signing
Join film professor and author John Trafton to learn about Laguna’s links to early Hollywood. Meet the author who will be signing copies of his new book, Movie-Made Los Angeles, following the program.
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