Wednesday, October 25th
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. PT
What does it mean to be human and how do artists express these qualities in their art? During the Renaissance (15th–16th centuries) there was a rebirth of interest in Greek and Roman ideas, philosophy, and art, leading artists to explore the human form, ideas, and emotions, themes that have continued in art to the present day. This tour will cover the rebirth of interest in the human world during the Renaissance and examine how those artists influenced the art of future generations who have used the human form to express their concerns and to respond to the world in which they live.
Please reserve your spot by clicking on this link. All participants will be sent the Zoom link and instructions via email once you secure your place. Space is limited.
Hosted by The San Diego Museum of Art Docent Council.
Featured: Joaquín Sorolla, María at La Grandja, 1907, oil on canvas. Gift of Mr. Archer M. Huntington in memory of his mother, Arabella D. Huntington, 1925.1