Corresponding with an upper-level art history course taught by chief curator Paul Manoguerra, “Americans in Italy” features art objects dealing with Italian landscapes, people, buildings and life fashioned by American artists. As a result of their Italian travels within a Grand Tour or as expatriates, many American painters created a body of work addressing seminal questions about nature, history and national destiny. This special, small display draws from works on paper in the permanent collection of the Georgia Museum of Art and makes connections to objects on full-time display elsewhere in the museum.
Paul Manoguerra, chief curator and curator of American Art
The W. Newton Morris Charitable Foundation and the Friends of the Georgia Museum of Art
February 13 @ 2:00pm
February 14 @ 7:00pm
January 31 @ 7:00pm
January 24 @ 7:00pm
February 7 @ 6:00pm