Timken Museum of Art

Timken Museum of Art World-class fine art collection of European & American masters, and Russian icons. Always free! Designed by San Diego architect John Mock for Frank L.
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Affectionately known as the “jewel box” of fine art, the Timken is home to the Putnam Foundation’s world-class collection of European and American masterpieces and Russian icons. Artists represented include Rembrandt, Rubens, Fragonard, Bierstadt, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, John Singleton Copley, and Eastman Johnson. Hope and Associates, the museum building is considered one of the most important e

xamples of mid-century southern California modernism, and one of the finest regional examples of the International Style in the United States.

Limited Tickets Remaining — Trivia Night at the Timken!Sunday, April 214:30-6:30pmWine, Chacuterie, Dessert Prizes, Fun ...
04/16/2024

Limited Tickets Remaining — Trivia Night at the Timken!

Sunday, April 21
4:30-6:30pm
Wine, Chacuterie, Dessert
Prizes, Fun & Good Times!

Ready, set, go! Don’t miss this first-time-ever event—Trivia at the Timken! Test your knowledge for an afternoon filled with fun and laughter. Trivia will include brain-teasers about art, music, food, fashion and more!

This friendly, salon-style competition among those-in-the-know will be a sophisticated Sunday soirée complete with refreshments and lots of ‘food for thought.’ Trivia at the Timken—it’s the hottest ticket in town!

Right this way your table’s waiting!

RSVP Today: https://www.timkenmuseum.org/calendar/event/salon-sunday-trivia-at-the-timken/

From the Timken Collection – ‘Portrait of Cooper Penrose’In 1802, French artist Jacques-Louis David, the most famous pai...
04/15/2024

From the Timken Collection – ‘Portrait of Cooper Penrose’

In 1802, French artist Jacques-Louis David, the most famous painter in Europe, painted the ‘Portrait of Cooper Penrose,’ an Irish member of a prominent Quaker family, and successful businessman and landowner. In due time, Penrose learned that his wealth came with its own set of problems.

The Society of Friends (Quakers) received complaints that Penrose had been to a horse race, owned a billiard table and kept a musical instrument. Penrose explained that he had attended the race to teach his children the foolishness of such events, kept the billiard table as exercise for his children and bought the instrument as a toy. His explanations, along with other ‘problems,’ were neither convincing nor accepted. As a result, Penrose was disowned by the Society of Friends.



Image:
-Jacques- Louis David, ‘Portrait of Cooper Penrose,’ 1802, oil on canvas, Timken Museum of Art, San Diego, California

Let the Games Begin — Trivia at the Timken!Sunday, April 214:30-6:30pmWine, Chacuterie, Dessert Prizes, Fun & Good Times...
04/14/2024

Let the Games Begin — Trivia at the Timken!

Sunday, April 21
4:30-6:30pm
Wine, Chacuterie, Dessert
Prizes, Fun & Good Times!

Ready, set, go! Don’t miss this first-time-ever event—Trivia at the Timken! Test your knowledge for an afternoon filled with fun and laughter. Trivia will include brain-teasers about art, music, food, fashion and more. This friendly, salon-style competition among those-in-the-know will be a sophisticated Sunday soirée complete with refreshments and lots of ‘food for thought.’ Trivia at the Timken—it’s the hottest ticket in town!

Right this way your table’s waiting!

RSVP Today: https://www.timkenmuseum.org/calendar/event/salon-sunday-trivia-at-the-timken/

April is National Garden Month – Thank You to Our Garden VolunteersApproaching the Timken’s iconic mid-century modern bu...
04/14/2024

April is National Garden Month – Thank You to Our Garden Volunteers

Approaching the Timken’s iconic mid-century modern building in Balboa Park, you will first notice the striking difference between the Timken and the Spanish colonial architectural style of many of the buildings in Balboa Park. As you enter the Timken, you’ll be struck by the symmetry, balance and materials of travertine, bronze and glass. There is a lily pond to the east and the Plaza de Panama to the west. Garden courts dissect the middle of the Timken’s structure and blur lines between interior and exterior spaces highlighted by the ‘Flying Mercury’ sculpture.

Thank you to our garden volunteers who strive to make the Timken a most welcoming location blending art and nature.

Yesterday, Timken travelers ventured to the Getty Center for an exclusive peek at the Camille Claudel Exhibition, guided...
04/13/2024

Yesterday, Timken travelers ventured to the Getty Center for an exclusive peek at the Camille Claudel Exhibition, guided by Co-Curator Anne-Lise Desmas. After exploring the galleries, they enjoyed a delightful lunch at the Getty café and returned home to a cozy dinner and wine on the bus. Don't miss out on our upcoming travel adventures—check our website for details!

Trivia at the Timken – Coming Soon! Date:  Sunday, April 21Time:  4:30-6:30pmWine, Charcuterie, DessertPrizes for winner...
04/11/2024

Trivia at the Timken – Coming Soon!

Date: Sunday, April 21
Time: 4:30-6:30pm
Wine, Charcuterie, Dessert
Prizes for winners!

Join us for an evening not to be missed, Salon Sundays: Trivia at the Timken. This new event promises an engaging blend of trivia questions celebrating art, music, fashion, and food. Delight in a wine and charcuterie reception and mingle with fellow cultural enthusiasts for an unforgettable experience at the Timken. Secure your tickets now--a sophisticated soirée of arts and culture awaits!

RSVP today: https://www.timkenmuseum.org/calendar/event/salon-sunday-trivia-at-the-timken/

04/11/2024

Luca di Tommè's and Nicolo di Buonaccorso's three-paneled hinged paintings in the Timken collection are examples of the triptychs found widely throughout the history of art. In addition to offering portability, why has this art form, one especially favored by many religions, been so popular?

Florence Gillman, PhD, STD, has been a docent at the Timken since 2022 and a member of USD’s faculty since 1986. She previously served as Chair of the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, Coordinator of the Program in Interdisciplinary Humanities and Coordinator of the Program in Classics.

Open House for Educators – at the TimkenWed., April 17, 5:00-6:30pmFoster Literacy in the Classroom through Art. Join us...
04/10/2024

Open House for Educators – at the Timken
Wed., April 17, 5:00-6:30pm

Foster Literacy in the Classroom through Art. Join us for a FREE professional development program that will bring educators together to explore approaches promoting literacy in the classroom. Participants will be shown works of art to teach students how to participate in collaborative conversations, recognize and understand vocabulary, use descriptive language and draw a picture of what they are observing. Each program component will support the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts.

All attendees will have a chance to meet each other over wine and light appetizers while viewing the artworks in the Timken collection. Title 1 school teachers will be able to apply to have a Timken teaching artist visit their classroom for a free art class (all art supplies provided). Title 1 schools will receive free bus transportation to the Timken.

This program is funded by the California Natural Resources Agency.



RSVP Today: https://www.timkenmuseum.org/calendar/event/educators-open-house/

Triptyching Around the Art WorldFree Virtual Talk – Online at the TimkenThurs April 11, 11am-noonLuca di Tommè's and Nic...
04/09/2024

Triptyching Around the Art World

Free Virtual Talk – Online at the Timken
Thurs April 11, 11am-noon

Luca di Tommè's and Nicolò di Buonaccorso's three-paneled hinged paintings in the Timken collection are examples of the triptychs found widely throughout the history of art. In addition to offering portability, why has this art form, one especially favored by many religions, been so popular? Join in on this docent-led talk for an adventure in triptyching!

Florence Gillman, PhD, STD, has been a docent at the Timken since 2022 and a member of USD’s faculty since 1986. She previously served as Chair of the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, Coordinator of the Program in Interdisciplinary Humanities and Coordinator of the Program in Classics.

Join us on:
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Facebook: https://fb.me/e/7zRHlzCy9



Images:
-Niccolò di Buonaccorso, ‘Madonna of Humility with St. Catherine and St. Christopher, The Annunciation and the Crucifixion,’ ca. 1370-75, tempera on wood panel, Timken Museum of Art, San Diego, California
Luca di Tommè, ‘The Trinity and the Crucifixion with Scenes from the Life of Christ,’ ca. 1355, tempera on panel, Timken Museum of Art, San Diego, California

Trivia at the Timken – In Two Weeks! Date:  Sunday, April 21Time:  4:00-6:30pmWine, Charcuterie, DessertAre you up on po...
04/08/2024

Trivia at the Timken – In Two Weeks!

Date: Sunday, April 21
Time: 4:00-6:30pm
Wine, Charcuterie, Dessert

Are you up on pop culture? How about current events? What about history, fashion or even your favorite Timken painting? Get ready. ‘Trivia at the Timken’ is coming to town.

Please join us. We’re planning a Sunday afternoon event full of facts, figures and frivolity. Test your knowledge and show off a bit. The topics will be fun, intriguing and out-of-the-blue!

RSVP today: https://www.timkenmuseum.org/calendar/event/salon-sunday-trivia-at-the-timken/



Image:
-Jean-Honoré Fragonard, ‘Blindman's Buff,’ ca. 1775-80, oil on canvas, Timken Museum of Art, San Diego, California

April is National Volunteer MonthThe Timken Museum of Art offers its heartfelt thanks to all of our volunteers who suppo...
04/06/2024

April is National Volunteer Month

The Timken Museum of Art offers its heartfelt thanks to all of our volunteers who support us throughout the year. You’re the best!

From the Timken Collection – Rococo Artist Jean-Honoré FragonardJean-Honoré Fragonard, Apr. 5, 1732 - Aug. 22, 1806, tra...
04/06/2024

From the Timken Collection – Rococo Artist Jean-Honoré Fragonard

Jean-Honoré Fragonard, Apr. 5, 1732 - Aug. 22, 1806, trained in the studio of François Boucher, who painted ‘Lovers in the Park,’ which hangs in the Timken’s French Gallery. Although Fragonard was accepted into the French Academy, he declined to pursue a public career as a history painter. Instead, he preferred to work for private clients developing a style that showcased the charm and beauty of the French aristocracy.

In ‘Blindman's Buff,’ the sophisticated, gentile subjects play the familiar game in a picturesque garden, popular with the aristocracy. Similar lighthearted amusements were among Fragonard's favorite subjects.



Image:
Jean-Honoré Fragonard, ‘Blindman’s Buff,’ 1775-80, oil on canvas, Timken Museum of Art, San Diego, California

American Sign Language at the TimkenFREE Tour for the Deaf and Hard of HearingSat April 611am-12:30pmThe tour of the Tim...
04/05/2024

American Sign Language at the Timken
FREE Tour for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Sat April 6
11am-12:30pm

The tour of the Timken Museum of Art and its galleries is led by our knowledgeable docents accompanied by an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter from Palomar College ASL-English Translation and Interpreting Studies Program, who will interpret for the Deaf and hard of hearing.

The ASL enhanced tour takes place the first Saturday of each month.
No need to register. Simply come to the Timken just before 11am this Saturday!

For more information:
619.239.5548
[email protected]

Visitors with Sight Loss – Greater Museum Accessibility for AllThe Timken continues its collaboration with SDSU’s School...
04/02/2024

Visitors with Sight Loss – Greater Museum Accessibility for All

The Timken continues its collaboration with SDSU’s School of Theatre, Television and Film. Costume design students are working on a 2024 summer presentation of half-scale replicas of costumes worn by the subjects in French, Dutch and American paintings from the Timken’s permanent collection.

These costumes will be part of the Timken’s greater accessibility program that includes tactile experiences for visitors with visual impairments. Via the replicas, visitors with sight loss will experience the feel and touch of the decorative and elaborate attire as it comes to life—from the canvas of centuries ago to a brand new way of appreciating and “looking” at art.

April 1, 1748 - The Ruins of Pompeii RediscoveredWe often talk about the striking beauty of mid-century modernism—the gr...
04/01/2024

April 1, 1748 - The Ruins of Pompeii Rediscovered

We often talk about the striking beauty of mid-century modernism—the greatly admired style of the architecture of the Timken Museum of Art.

But on April 1, 1748, an entirely different style of building emerged: The ancient architecture of Pompeii and Herculaneum was rediscovered by Rocque Joaquin de Alcubierre, a military engineer in the Spanish army. Buried under four to six meters (13 feet to 20 feet) of volcanic ash in 79 AD by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius, the excavation of the ruins of Pompeii began in the mid-18th century.

Pompeii is notable for the historical Roman picture it revealed with luxurious courtyard villas, fresco paintings and mosaic floors. Excavation continues today as a third of the town has yet to be rediscovered.



Image:
The ruins of Pompeii, still standing after more than 2,000 years

From the Timken Collection on Good Friday:Bartolomé Estebán Murillo – ‘Christ on the Cross'                             ...
03/29/2024

From the Timken Collection on Good Friday:
Bartolomé Estebán Murillo – ‘Christ on the Cross'

In this late painting by Bartolomé Estebán Murillo, the luminous figure of Christ appears against an ominous sky. Below him, at the left, the outlines of the city of Jerusalem are visible within the shadowy mists. According to Christian doctrine, Christ’s sacrifice on the cross brought about the possibility of man’s redemption from the original sin of Adam. The skull at the base of the cross suggests Golgotha, meaning “the place of the cross,” the area of Jerusalem where the crucifixion occurred. The inscription at the top of the cross reads in Hebrew, Greek and Latin: ‘Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews.’



Image:
-Bartolomé Estebán Murillo, ‘Christ on the Cross,’ 1660-70, oil on canvas, Timken Museum of Art, San Diego, California

Trivia at the Timken - Coming Next Month! Sunday, April 214:30-6:30pmWine, Charcuterie, DessertTrivia with Prizes!Join u...
03/28/2024

Trivia at the Timken - Coming Next Month!

Sunday, April 21
4:30-6:30pm
Wine, Charcuterie, Dessert
Trivia with Prizes!

Join us for an evening not to be missed! This new event promises an engaging blend of trivia questions celebrating art, music, fashion, and food. Delight in a wine and charcuterie reception and mingle with fellow cultural enthusiasts for an unforgettable experience at the Timken. Secure your tickets now--a sophisticated soirée of arts and culture awaits!

Register today: https://www.timkenmuseum.org/calendar/event/salon-sunday-trivia-at-the-timken/

03/28/2024

A portrait is defined as a depiction of a particular individual. The traditions of European portraiture extend back to antiquity in Ancient Greece and Rome. Early Renaissance portraits were often not individual paintings, but rather inclusions in pictures of Christian subjects. By the 15th century in Italy important men and women realized that a likeness could function as a way of announcing one's piety, power, or virtues. During the Baroque era in the 17th century, artists such as Peter Paul Rubens showed their sitters sometimes looking out at the viewer with a mix of emotions. This highlighted their status and personalities. Eventually, by the time of the Rococo in the 18th century, the subjects were often shown as tall, slender, elegant, and graceful in peaceful and natural settings. Examining the evolution of portraiture from the 15th to the 18th centuries will be the subject of this docent-led talk.

Portraiture from the Renaissance to RococoFree Virtual Talk – Online at the TimkenThurs., March 28, 11am-noonThe traditi...
03/26/2024

Portraiture from the Renaissance to Rococo

Free Virtual Talk – Online at the Timken
Thurs., March 28, 11am-noon

The traditions of European portraiture extend back to antiquity in Ancient Greece and Rome. Early Renaissance portraits were often not individual paintings, but rather inclusions in pictures of Christian subjects. By the 15th century in Italy, portraits became an important way of announcing one's piety, power or virtues.

During the Baroque era in the 17th century, artists such as Peter Paul Rubens painted their subjects with a mix of emotions, which highlighted their status and personalities. By the time of the Rococo style in the 18th century, the subjects were often shown as tall, slender, elegant and graceful in peaceful and natural settings. Examining the evolution of portraiture from the 15th to the 18th centuries will be the subject of this fascinating docent-led talk.

Visit our website for details.

SOLD OUTTravel with the TimkenJ. Paul Getty Museum/Los AngelesSculptures by Renowned Artist Camille ClaudelThurs., April...
03/25/2024

SOLD OUT
Travel with the Timken
J. Paul Getty Museum/Los Angeles
Sculptures by Renowned Artist Camille Claudel

Thurs., April 11: Join us for this rare opportunity to see the first North American exhibition focused solely Camille Claudel—one of the most important sculptors of the past century. Daring and visionary, Claudel was also known for her tumultuous relationship with fellow French sculptor, Auguste Rodin. This one-of-a-kind retrospective will include 60 sculptures…along with luxury coach transportation, a light breakfast on the way to the Getty and a box dinner with wine for the ride home.

Reserve your spot today by emailing [email protected]

The Timken Visits Hage Elementary SchoolTimken Museum of Art’s esteemed teaching artist, Elizabeth Washburn, took her ar...
03/24/2024

The Timken Visits Hage Elementary School

Timken Museum of Art’s esteemed teaching artist, Elizabeth Washburn, took her art class on the road with a recent visit to Hage Elementary School in the Mira Mesa neighborhood of San Diego. A classroom full of students—kindergarten through second-grade—learned about four artworks from the Timken’s collection to create their own colorful display using cut-out magazine pictures, colored pencils, markers and oil pastels.

The Timken’s educational outreach programs serve Title 1 and Tribal students throughout San Diego County and is funded by California National Resources Agency.

From the Timken Collection – ‘Mary Villiers, Lady Herbert of Shurland’Sir Anthony van Dyck, Mar. 22, 1599 – Dec. 9, 1641...
03/23/2024

From the Timken Collection – ‘Mary Villiers, Lady Herbert of Shurland’

Sir Anthony van Dyck, Mar. 22, 1599 – Dec. 9, 1641, was a Flemish Baroque artist who became the leading court painter in England. He painted the portrait featured today at the request of King Charles I of England. Lady Mary Villiers (1622-1685), the daughter of George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham, was one of the most intriguing individuals connected with the English court.

When this portrait was painted, Lady Mary was 14 and already a widow of 15 year-old Charles, Lord Herbert of Shurland, who died of smallpox in 1636. The intimacy of this portrait is remarkable, possibly due to the special rapport van Dyck had with his young subject, whose portrait he painted on several occasions.

Spend an afternoon with Lady Mary at the Timken this weekend!



Image:
-Anthony van Dyck, ‘Mary Villiers, Lady Herbert of Shurland,’ ca. 1636, oil on canvas, Timken Museum of Art, San Diego, California

Spot the difference?🔎Compare these two images…can you spot the subtle differences? One image shows “Lovers in a Park” be...
03/22/2024

Spot the difference?🔎
Compare these two images…can you spot the subtle differences? One image shows “Lovers in a Park” before repairs, and the other shows the painting after art conservator’s have treated the area.

“Boucher: Conservation in a Park” is currently on view and showcases conservators from the Balboa Art Conservation Center (BACC) restoring our 266-year-old French masterpiece, “Lovers in a Park” by François Boucher.

The art conservators are working on “inpainting”–a process in which conservation-grade, archival pigments are painted over areas where the original paint is lost or missing. These special pigments won’t darken, crack, or harden, and can be removed easily in the future, if need be, without damage to the original artwork by Boucher underneath. Once the areas of loss are filled back in, the vibrancy of Boucher’s soft, fluid brushwork will read as whole again.

Comment below the changes you see and come see the delicate process in person while you still can! BACC art conservators are onsite Thursdays (10am - noon, 1 - 3pm) and Fridays (1 - 4pm).

View our progress online at Timkenmuseum.org/art/conservation!

From the Timken Collection  –  ‘The Magnolia Blossom’As we welcome the first day of spring, we are featuring artist Mart...
03/20/2024

From the Timken Collection – ‘The Magnolia Blossom’

As we welcome the first day of spring, we are featuring artist Martin Johnson Heade known initially for New England landscapes, Brazilian hummingbirds and orchids. Later in life, he moved to Florida marking a turning point in his career when the giant magnolia became the primary theme of his art.

The Timken’s ‘The Magnolia Blossom’ gives the voluptuous blossom a note of luxury by placing it on a generous and striking red cloth. The flower and leaves are perfect. The red contrasts, the crisp edges of green leaves and white petals and the realistic treatment of light give the painting a strong presence and heighten its symbolic sensuality.



Images:
-Martin Johnson Heade, ‘The Magnolia Blossom,’ 1888, oil on canvas, Timken Museum of Art, San Diego, California
-Martin Johnson Heade, ‘Giant Magnolias on a Blue Velvet Cloth,’ 1890, oil on canvas, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

From the Timken Collection - John Singleton Copley – Irish-American Portrait ArtistIn celebration of Saint Patrick’s Day...
03/17/2024

From the Timken Collection - John Singleton Copley – Irish-American Portrait Artist

In celebration of Saint Patrick’s Day, today we honor Irish-American artist John Singleton Copley. Born in Boston in 1738 to Anglo-Irish parents, Copley rose to prominence as a portrait painter in wealthy colonial New England.

‘Mrs. Thomas Gage’ by Copley is part of the Timken’s permanent collection. Mrs. Gage was the wife of General Thomas Gage, who was in charge of British Military forces in North America. John Singleton Copley traveled to New York to fulfill Mrs. Gage’s order for this three-quarter-length portrait. A masterful work, Copley himself deemed it “beyond compare the best Lady’s portrait I ever drew”.

Visit the Timken to see this painting in-person!



Image:
John Singleton Copley, ‘Mrs. Thomas Gage’, 1771, oil on canvas, Timken Museum of Art, San Diego, California

03/17/2024

“Boucher: Conservation in a Park” is coming close to completion. Art conservators from Balboa Art Conservation Center (BACC) have been busy conserving our 266-year-old French masterpiece, “Lovers in a Park” by François Boucher.

Over the last few months, the conservators have been working on “inpainting”–a process in which conservation-grade, archival pigments are painted over areas where the original paint is lost or missing. These special pigments won’t darken, crack, or harden, and can be removed easily in the future, if need be, without damage to the original artwork by Boucher underneath. Once the areas of loss are filled back in, the vibrancy of Boucher’s soft, fluid brushwork will read as whole again.

Come see the delicate process in person while you still can! BACC art conservators are onsite Thursdays (10am - noon, 1 - 3pm) and Fridays (1 - 4pm).

View our progress online at Timkenmuseum.org/art/conservation!

Indulge Your Inner Artist Made in a Dutch mill more than 400 years ago, Fontaine watercolor paper is an exceptional surf...
03/14/2024

Indulge Your Inner Artist

Made in a Dutch mill more than 400 years ago, Fontaine watercolor paper is an exceptional surface for all wet and ‘wet on wet’ techniques. At 300gsm, this 100 percent cotton paper is a professional quality paper that can handle your most creative ideas. Hot press pads have a smooth surface and are excellent for detailed brushwork, pen and ink, gouache and mixed media.

Shop the Timken for these high quality art supplies:
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03/14/2024

American artist John Singer Sargent is best known for his portraits of Gilded Age robber barons and society ladies. He lived and worked in Paris and London, making several trips to Boston and New York for American commissions. Sargent created portraits that brought his subjects to life, but he did much more than simply record what appeared before him. He often chose what his sitters wore and, even if they arrived in his studio dressed in the latest fashions, he frequently simplified and altered the details. Exploiting dress was an integral part of his artistry. In today’s talk, we’ll explore Sargent’s power over his sitters’ images by considering the liberties he took with sartorial choices to express their distinctive personalities, social positions, professions, gender identities, and nationalities. Join us as we delve into the lives of the ‘rich and famous’ at the turn of the 20th century. You won’t want to miss hearing about how Sargent responded to the furor that accompanied his famous portrait of ‘Madame X.’

Free Virtual Talk – Online at the TimkenThurs., March 14, 11am-noonAmerican expatriate artist John Singer Sargent (1856-...
03/11/2024

Free Virtual Talk – Online at the Timken
Thurs., March 14, 11am-noon

American expatriate artist John Singer Sargent (1856-1925) is best known for his portraits of Gilded Age robber barons and society ladies. He lived and worked in Paris and London making several trips to Boston and New York for American commissions. Sargent brought his subjects to life, by choosing what his sitters wore—and even if they arrived in his studio dressed in the latest fashions—he frequently simplified and altered the details.

In this virtual talk, we’ll explore Sargent’s power over his sitters’ images by considering the liberties he took to express their distinctive personalities, social positions, professions, gender identities and nationalities. Join us as we explore the lives of the ‘rich and famous.’ Don’t miss learning about how Sargent responded to the furor that accompanied his famous portrait of ‘Madame X.’



Join us this Thursday on Zoom or Facebook:

Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86148328476?pwd=UmpTRGhYZS9UQnAxeHd6aHpCbENFdz09

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/292341007168016

Images:
-John Singer Sargent, ‘Portrait of Madame X’ (Madame Pierre Gautreau),’ 1884, oil on canvas, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
-A figure study by Sargent in watercolor and graphite, c. 1883
-John Singer Sargent in his Paris studio, ca. 1885

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