Catch the Last Art in Focus Event of 2018

Catch the Last Art in Focus Tour of 2018

Anonymous Lombard Painter, Madonna and Child, ca. 1475-1500

Anonymous Lombard Painter, Madonna and Child, ca. 1475-1500. Emulsified tempera on wood. Fairfield University Art Museum. Gift of the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, via the Discovery Museum, Bridgeport.

Led by the Fairfield University Art Museum's Curator of Education and Academic Engagement Michelle DiMarzo, PhD, on Thursday, December 13, visitors will look at a late 15th-century painting of the Madonna and Child by an unknown north Italian painter, part of the museum’s Samuel H. Kress Collection.

During each event in the series, one painting or sculpture from the museum’s collection takes center stage for an hour of close looking and informal discussion.

"Join us for the opportunity to engage deeply with this work of art in a relaxed atmosphere," said Dr. DiMarzo, who explained the free series has been popular this semester with at least 15 patrons attending each event.

An academic and cultural resource for students, faculty, and residents of the surrounding geographic community and region, the Fairfield University Art Museum offers meaningful opportunities for first-hand experience of original works of art and their unique historical resonance.

Save these dates for upcoming Art in Focus events in 2019:

February 7: Pierre-Paul Prud’hon, Sylvia and the Satyr, 1800

March 14: Paolo de Matteis, Andromeda and Perseus, 1690-1700

April 18: Unknown Chinese, Pair of Sancai Glazed Grooms, ca. 618-907

May 9: Unknown Italian, Gem with Sleeping Nymph, Satyr and Eros, 16th century

June 6: Hildreth Meière, Cartoons for Mosaics in the Lobby of Travelers Insurance Company (Hartford, CT), 1956

Learn more about educational programs and events at the Fairfield University Art Museum.

Art in Focus: Anonymous Lombard Painter, Madonna and Child, ca. 1475-1500

Date: Thursday, December 13, 2018
Time: 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Location: Bellarmine Hall Galleries, Fairfield University Art Museum

Additional Details:

Each event in our Art in Focus series offers an opportunity for an hour of close looking and informal discussion around a single work of art, led by Curator of Education Michelle DiMarzo. On Thursday, December 13, we'll be looking at this painting in the Fairfield University Art Museum's Kress Collection.

Join us for the opportunity to engage deeply with this work of art in a relaxed atmosphere. Reserve your space today. Seating will be provided.

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