National Art Gallery Tour with Curator Dr. John Hand
Have you ever visited the National Art Gallery? How about with a curator as your private guide? Dr. John O. Hand *78 has worked at the gallery for many years and specializes in Northern Renaissance Art. He will give us an inside view of the art world as he shows us around the gallery. Come benefit from this art experts immense knowledge.
Dr. John O. Hand *78 is the curator of Northern Renaissance paintings at the National Gallery of Art. Among the exhibitions he has helped coordinate for the National Gallery of Art are: The Exhibition of Archaeological Finds of the Peoples Republic of China (1974); Master Paintings from the Hermitage and the State Russian Museum (1975); The Age of Bruegel: Netherlandish Drawings of the Sixteenth Century (1986); The Saint Anne Altarpiece by Gerard David (1992); Hans Memlings Saint John the Baptist and Saint Veronica (1994); and Jan van Eycks Annunciation (1994). He has written numerous articles and reviews in the field of Northern Renaissance art. Dr. Hand completed his Ph.D in art & archaeology in 1978.
Location: National Gallery of Art
6th Street & Constitution Avenue NW
Washington, D.C. 20565
Closest Metro: Archives (Green/Yellow Line)
RSVP Opens: Thursday, July 10th 2:15 PM
Attendance Limit: 12