Meets at the base of the Great Stair Hall steps.
Curators, conservators, or educators present an insider’s guide to the Museum’s collection.
With Kathleen A. Foster, the Museum’s Robert L. McNeil, Jr., Senior Curator of American Art; and Director, Center for American Art
What does an angel look like? Consider the visions—sublime, terrifying, spiritual—of three American artists from about 1900: Augustus Saint-Gaudens’s serene, marble Angel of Purity
, an unknown New Mexican sculptor’s haunting death cart, and Henry Ossawa Tanner’s astonishingly modern painting The Annunciation