Talk by author of Winslow Homer: From Poetry to Fiction — The Engraved Works, followed by a book-signing.
The art of Winslow Homer, who arguably is the most renowned and best-loved artist of the period, is exquisitely illustrated with didactic interpretation and accompanied by never before published or exhibited period photographs. The artist skillfully captured a cross section of American society in his highly accomplished monochromatic engravings during the pre-war years, the Civil War and the following decade that tell a story of triumph and tragedy in American history.
Advance tickets are recommended.
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Laguna Beach: An American Art Colony
Janet Blake, the museum’s curator of historical art and co-curator of Art Colony: The Laguna Beach Art Association, 1919-1935, discusses the early Laguna Beach art colony.
LBAA Birthday Party
LAM celebrates the official day on which the Laguna Beach Art Association was founded in 1918 with free admission and family programs.
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