The Irvine Museum celebrates its 20th anniversary

This event took place on:
Saturday, January 26 - Thursday, June 6
Location

Courtesy of The Irvine Museum

The Irvine Museum will showcase The Charleston by Frank Myers (1899-1956). The painting is oil on canvas and 32 x 36 inches.The Lasting Impressions: Twenty Years of The Irvine Museum exhibition will feature many of the museum's most popular California Impressionist paintings.

The Irvine Museum celebrates its 20th anniversary with Lasting Impressions: Twenty Years of The Irvine Museum, on display Jan. 26 through June 6.

The exhibition features many of the museum's most popular and important California Impressionist paintings, including works by:

Franz A. Bischoff (1864-1929)

George Brandriff (1890-1936)

Alson S. Clark (1876-1949)

Frank Cuprien (1871-1946)

and many others...

Location

18881 Von Karman Avenue, Suite 100
Irvine, CA 92612

Hours

Tuesday-Saturday: 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

The museum is closed Monday, Sunday, between exhibitions, and for major holidays

Admission

$5.00 general admission

FREE for children, students, and seniors (age 60 and older)
FREE the second Wednesday of every month

Parking

Structure parking is available for visitors. Parking is free with validation from The Irvine Museum.

Tours

The Irvine Museum offers a variety of tours of its exhibitions. A regularly scheduled docent tour is offered every Thursday at 11:15 a.m.  Visitors are welcome on this tour  without a reservation.  In addition, special docent-led tours are available to groups of ten or more on an a appointment basis.  Please contact the Curator of Education  at 949.476.0294 to schedule your group for a tour of our current exhibition.

ABOUT THE IRVINE MUSEUM

The Irvine Museum opened its doors on Jan. 15, 1993. Dedicated to the preservation and display of California art of the Impressionist Period (1890-1930), the museum embraces a principal role in the education and furtherance of this beautiful and important regional variant of American Impressionism that has come to be associated with California and its remarkable landscape. 

 


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