Insights to Art: John Singer Sarget, Judy Chicago, and the Barnes Collection

Instructor: Linda Loveland Reid

Wednesdays: May 11 May 25, 3:00 – 5:00 PM, Berger Center

3-week session. Cost: $50

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Three people with lasting impact on art. Sargent, painted the rich and famous of the world, until a scandal drove him out of Paris in the 1850’s. The massive Impressionist collection of Dr. Albert Barnes, whose stubborn ways created a 70-year legal battle culminating in his museum in Philadelphia. And Judy Chicago, whose works, including her icon piece, The Dinner Party, lead the way for women artists in the 1970’s.

Linda Reid holds degrees in History and Art History, and is a writer, painter and lecturer with a strong Bay Area following.

Lifelong Learning will be following all state and county COVID guidelines. Masks are required in OVA facilities. PROOF OF VACCINATION WILL BE REQUIRED.

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