Courtauld Institute of Art lecturer Maureen Cross discusses the portraits painted by Gilbert Stuart during his time in Britain. Joanna Dunn, paintings conservator at the National Gallery of Art, speaks about her experiences with Stuart’s portraiture in America. These talks will focus on how these works affect current conservation research and approaches to the future preservation of Stuart’s works.
Event begins at 6:00PM
Presented by: Smithsonian American Art Museum
Featured Artist(s): Gilbert Stuart
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