Americans in Spain: Painting and Travel, 1820–1920 explores a pivotal moment in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries when American artists flocked to Spain to capture its scenic charms. The exhibition presents more than seventy paintings alongside nineteenth-century photographs, prints, and travel guides with English and Spanish labels.
In this three-hour virtual workshop, discover how artists’ travels and consequent artworks shaped their expectations and perceptions of Spain. The workshop is perfect for teachers interested in Spanish history and culture as well as Spanish and ESL instructors. Allison Taylor, the Chrysler Museum’s Director of Education, will lead the session.
Registration is free. The Zoom link will be in the confirmation email.