How have artists throughout history envisioned the laboratories of their craft? As viewers, we are often invited to enter into these privileged sites of creation. We'll begin our investigation of the trope of the "artist in his studio" with early-modern images about image-making. Moving on to consider canvases by Rembrandt through to Matisse, we'll discuss what scenes of the painter's workplace have to say about art as a vocation. This gallery talk will be given by graduate student gallery talk lecturer, Ruth Ezra.
Scenes from the Artist's Studio
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Sharf Visitor Center
- Admission Free with Admission - No Ticket Required
- This event is free with cost of admission.
- Event Type
- Gallery Activities and Tours