Event: THE INTERSECTION OF ART AND LITERATURE: ÉDOUARD MANET AND ÉMILE ZOLA - A PORTRAIT OF A FRIENDSHIP
Organizer: SMITHSONIAN ASSOCIATES
Speakers: David Gariff
Tickets: $30 (concessions may apply)
Date: May 22nd 3:00pm Pacific Time (USA). Equivalent times:
Americas - PT: May 22nd 3:00pm | ET: May 22nd 6:00pm.
Europe - UK: May 22nd 11:00pm | CET: May 23rd 12:00am.
APAC - CST/HKT/SGT: May 23rd 6:00am | AET: May 23rd 8:00am.
"The notion that a picture is worth a thousand words is meant to convey the power of imagery. But what of the power of words—if they are personal interpretations of art that mix fact and fiction such as Giorgio Vasari’s Lives, or the writings of Dante and Shakespeare that inspired Auguste Rodin, or Émile Zola’s written defense of his great friend Édouard Manet’s work—and the portrait it inspired.
Explore the alchemy that occurs at the intersection of art and literature in this fascinating Sunday afternoon series with David Gariff, senior lecturer at the National Gallery of Art..."
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