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Art in America: Homer and Remington in Context at the Denver Art Museum

March 14

Although born a generation apart, Winslow Homer and Frederic Remington often frequented the same arts institutions and shared many of the same artist friends.

The first session of this spring course at the Denver Art Museum will focus on the art world in which Homer and Remington matured and consider the influences, trends and techniques that informed the trajectory of their careers.
Presented by Jennifer R. Henneman, PhD, associate curator, Petrie Institute of Western American Art at the DAM and co-curator of “Natural Forces: Winslow Homer and Frederic Remington.”

The four sessions of this spring 2020 course are:
• March 14: The American Art Scene, 1850-1910
• March 28: Frederic Remington: An In-Depth Look
• April 18: Market Forces: Winslow Homer and Frederic Remington
• May 16: American Illustration: From Homer & Remington to Rockwell

Register for individual sessions or the entire course:
Museum Friends (available January 28, 10 am*): $80 full course / $22 individual sessions
DAM members (available January 31, 10 am): $90 full course / $25 individual sessions
Nonmembers (available February 3, 10 am): $100 full course / $28 individual sessions
Tickets: https://tickets.denverartmuseum.org/DateSelection.aspx?item=2201

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Date:
March 14
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Venue

The Urban Farm
CO United States

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Website 1
https://denverartmuseum.org/calendar/art-in-america-homer-remington-session-1
Submitter Email
kmutz@denverartmuseum.org
Street
100 W 14th Avenue Pkwy
City
Denver
Phone/Email
info@denverartmuseum.org
Brief Description
Although born a generation apart, Winslow Homer and Frederic Remington often frequented the same arts institutions and shared many of the same artist friends.