Dr. Nicholas Penny

Design [R]evolutions: Places for Paintings and Paintings for Places

It is difficult to believe that the works of art we now see in museums were originally intended for display someplace else. The inaugural speaker for Desigh [R]evolutions, Dr. Nicholas Penny will discuss where several famous paintings now in public galleries were originally intended to hang, and how lighting, heigh, wall color, frames, and the functions of rooms exerted a decisive influence on the artists who painted them.
Design [R]evolutions, Lecture, Enid and Lester Historic Design Lecture series, Dr. Nicholas Penny, paintings, galleries history, talk, long, public program