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All Harvard Art Museums events are currently virtual and open to everyone. We look forward to seeing you often at our free online events!

A woman holding a child is seated on an easy chair in a living room with her family gathered around her.
Louis Delsarte, American, Unity, 1995. Offset lithograph on white wove paper. Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Margaret Fisher Fund, 2018.33.5.

Art Talk Live: In Living Color—Memory, Movement, and Home in Delsarte’s Unity

Gallery Talk

In this talk, Ph.D. candidate Kéla Jackson discusses the role of music, color, and interiority in Louis Delsarte’s 1995 print Unity.

A group of young men gather in and around a watering hole on a sunny day.
Jean Frédéric Bazille, French, Summer Scene, 1869–70. Oil on canvas. Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Mr. and Mrs. F. Meynier de Salinelles, 1937.78.

Art Talk Live: Jean Frédéric Bazille’s Summer Scene

Gallery Talk

Explore the history of French painter Bazille’s Summer Scene, from its making and its reception to its final journey to Cambridge.

Above patches of green appears a blue mountain, crowned by rose-colored cliffs. Blue clouds arch across the white sky.
John Marin, American, Mt. Chocorua No. 1, 1926. Watercolor and charcoal on heavy white wove paper. Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, William M. Prichard Memorial Fund, 1928.5.

Art Talk Live: In the White Mountains with John Marin

Gallery Talk

In 1926, John Marin dedicated a series of sparkling watercolors to Mt. Chocorua in New Hampshire that came to define American Modernism.