Winslow Homer’s Life on the Coast of Maine: Recent Discoveries SOLD OUT

Winslow Homer’s Life on the Coast of Maine: Recent Discoveries SOLD OUT

A lecture with Dr. Daniel E. O’Leary

Dive deeper into the PMA’s National Historic Landmark and prominent touchpoint in the history of American art: the Winslow Homer Studio. Located at Prouts Neck, Maine, the renovated studio is where American artist Winslow Homer (1836–1910) painted many of his masterpieces from 1883 until his death. In this lecture, Dr. O’Leary will discuss the vast impact the famous Cliff Walk had on Homer, as well as its position in Maine’s cultural and natural heritage, through scholarship and invaluable insight gained during the painstaking restoration process.

Dr. Daniel O’Leary led the PMA from 1993 to 2006 and launched efforts to acquire the Winslow Homer Studio, restore it to its original condition, and build an endowment to preserve its future. A graduate of Princeton University and the University of Michigan, Dr. O’Leary holds a Doctorate in Art History as well as an M.B.A. in Marketing and Management. He is recently retired CEO of the Roxanne Quimby Family Foundations in Portland, Maine.

Friday, January 11, 2019, 6:00 p.m.
Bernard Osher Foundation Auditorium

Tickets are limited
$8; free for members

Members always enjoy discounted admission for lectures, films, and special events.
Membership starts at $5 a month, click here to join today.