The Lady in GoldBOOK DISCUSSION
Authored by Anne-Marie O'Connor, The Lady in Gold tells the compelling story of Gustave Klimt's famous portrait of Adele Block-Bauer.
Thursday, October 4, 2018
Mayer Room, Howe Library
Hood Museum of Art
Authored by Anne-Marie O'Connor, The Lady in Gold tells the compelling story of Gustav Klimt's famous portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer, from its creation through the legal battle that Adele's niece waged to regain possesion of five Klimt paintings stolen by Nazis. A group review of the book will be enhanced by a discussion of the ongoing issues of provenance in the art world. Co-led by Kathy Hart, Senior Collections Curator and Barbara C. and Harvey P. Hood 1918 Curator of Academic Programming, Hood Museum of Art, and Megan Coleman, PR and Outreach Librarian, Howe Library. Registration is required through the Hood Museum of Art's online event calendar. To borrow a copy of the The Lady in Gold, please contact the Howe Library's Information Desk at (603) 640-3267 starting August 28.
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