"A Night in Focus: Goya" at Norton Simon Museum
You can come to the Norton Simon Museum for A Night in Focus, an evening looking at one of the world’s most revered artists, Francisco de Goya. The evening begins with an overview by Chief Curator Carol Togneri of the art of Goya in the Norton Simon’s collections, with a spotlight on Don Pedro, Duque de Osuna, on loan from The Frick Collection.
Curator Leah Lehmbeck follows by speaking about the exhibition Unflinching Vision: Goya’s Rare Prints, which demonstrates the artist’s mastery of printmaking and his ability to represent the spirit of his time.
Offered throughout the evening are art-making activities that allow artists of all ages to create original works of art. A special wine and tapas menu is available at the café.
Friday, February 14, 2014
6 – 9pm
About the sponsor:
The Norton Simon Museum is known as one of the most remarkable private art collections ever assembled. On view are seven centuries of European art from the Renaissance to the 20th century. The Museum also houses a collection of Asian art from India and Southeast Asia spanning a period of 2000 years.