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Harvey Buchanan Lecture in Art History and the Humanities sponsored by the Department of Art History and Art at Case Western Reserve University

detail of a drawing

Sara Tyson Hallowell (detail), 1893. Anders Leonard Zorn (Swedish, 1860–1920). Pencil and brown ink wash on paper; 25.4 x. 20.3 cm. Collection of Marlene and Spencer Hays. Image courtesy of Sotheby’s, New York

Sara Tyson Hallowell: Pioneer Curator and Art Advisor in the Gilded Age

Friday, October 20, 2023, 5:00 p.m.
Location: John C. and Sally S. Morley Foundation Lecture Hall

About The Event

Free; no ticket required

This lecture highlights aspects of Sara Tyson Hallowell’s remarkable career as she develops a national reputation with critically acclaimed exhibitions in Chicago in the 1880s, enables Bertha and Potter Palmer to create the first important collection of Impressionist works in the Midwest, and forms friendships with artists, among them Mary Cassatt and Auguste Rodin.

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