Exploring the Borders of Art: Picture Frames at the Barnes Foundation
Barnes Foundation Members-Only Lecture
Saturday, October 28, 2017
Senior Coordinator for Membership and Programs
“Thank you for a spectacular lecture...
I was greeted this morning by several emails from members who were just thrilled with their experiences on Saturday. People noted your professionalism, wit, eloquence, and the overall informative and interesting topic presented. Of course, we couldn’t agree more–from start to finish, it has been a true pleasure working with you…
On behalf of all of us in Membership, thank you, thank you, thank you!
Image credit: Ernest Lawson (American, 1873–1939), Landscape with Gnarled Trees, c. 1910. Oil on commercial wallboard. 20 x 23 7/8 in. (50.8 x 60.6 cm) BF389. Image © 2017 The Barnes Foundation.
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