The Friends of Historic Kingston announces Jervis McEntee Conversations, a series of informal talks to be held on Fridays at noon during the month of September.
The series will complement the current gallery exhibit, Jervis McEntee – Kingston’s Artist of the Hudson River School. The four 30-minute talks will highlight various aspects of the artist’s life and work. The series will start on Friday, September 4th at noon at the Friends of Historic Kingston Gallery, corner of Main and Wall Streets, Kingston New York.
In the first “conversation,” landscape painter, Kevin Cook will talk about his work and the influences of the 19th century Hudson River School.
Below is the schedule for McEntee Conversations . Seating is limited and donations are welcome.
A Modern Hudson River School Painter
Kevin Cook, Landscape Artist
McEntee’s Studio Cottage and the Studio Homes of the Hudson River School William Rhoads, Professor Emeritus of Art History, SUNY New Paltz September 11
Hudson River Steamboats in the Age of the Hudson River School
Allynne Lange, Curator of Hudson River Maritime Museum September 18
Jervis McEntee’s Rondout
Eugene Dauner, Collector