LECTURE – Fame through Flowers

Fame through Flowers, lecture poster image of flowers

Fame through Flowers

An illustrated talk by Regina Haggo

Women artists were expected to paint flowers since flower paintings were not typically associated with serious art. This talk explores how some women artists in the 17th and 18th century turned their flower paintings into a serious art form – and were highly successful because of it.

Regina Haggo is an art historian, public speaker and former professor of art history in New Zealand who also writes a weekly column about art for the Hamilton Spectator.

Tuesday January 28, 2020
7-8pm

Tickets: Members $10, Non-members $12
Available at the Carnegie Gallery.
(905) 627-4265
10 King St. W. Dundas

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