Impressionism in Connecticut explored at Weir Farm in Wilton
What’s your impression about Connecticut? Painting wise that is.
Dr. Leanne Zalewski will share her expertise on Impressionism in Connecticut at Weir Farm on Saturday, Aug. 3, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Connecticut houses a treasure trove of French and American Impressionist paintings not only at Weir Farm but at museums around the state, including the Hill-Stead Museum, New Britain Museum of American Art, Wadsworth Atheneum, Florence Griswold Museum, and the Bruce Museum.
This lively talk will walk through Impressionist highlights in the state, with a special emphasis on the works at Weir Farm.
Dr. Zalewski is an associate professor of art history at Central Connecticut State University.
To register for this informative lecture, call 203-834-1896 x 28 to register.
Weir Farm National Historic Site is located at 735 Nod Hill Road in Wilton.