may, 2020

05mayAll DayLecture entitled "Indians, Buffalos and Storms: American West in 19th century Art"

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Artists were never far behind the explorers who opened up the west of America in the 19th century. Sometimes they painted what they saw. Sometimes they painted what they wished they saw. Either way, painters like Alfred Miller, Frederick Church and Albert Bierstadt have left a powerful, if romanticised, record of the country and people that the settlers found. Please contact the organisers for further information re timing and ticket availability.


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