Illuminating Tarbell Lecture #1


“Edmund C. Tarbell: Poet of Domesticity”

Thursday March 17, 2016 5:30pm.

Doors open at 5pm; galleries open through the evening
Discover Portsmouth 10 Middle Street, Portsmouth

$10 members/students; $20 non-members

Join us for our first Tarbell lecture! We will be joined by Laurene Buckley, Ph.D., art historian, author (Edmund C. Tarbell: Poet of Domesticity [Hudson Hills]; Joseph DeCamp: Master Painter of the Boston School [Prestel]; Theodore Wendel: Bringing Impressionism Home), lecturer, and museum consultant to the American Alliance of Museums.

Dr. Buckley’s museum credentials include the directorships of the Susquehanna Art Museum, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Jersey City Art Museum, Niagara University’s Castellani Art Museum; Queens Museum of Art, New York; and New Britain Museum of American Art, Connecticut.

The “lecture/conversation” about Edmund Tarbell will briefly outline the artist’s career, including the family’s life in New Castle, while tracing his various stylistic periods along the way.

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For reservations, please call Discover Portsmouth at 603-436-8433.