Author and art historian Judith Curtis presents an illustrated talk exploring Harold Rotenberg’s place in the timeline of American art as a painter, a teacher and active member of the many organizations to which he belonged. Offered in conjunction with the special exhibition Harold Rotenberg: An American Impressionist.
This program is free for CAM members or $10 for nonmembers (includes Museum admission). Space is limited, reservations required. Reserve or purchase tickets online at Eventbrite. For further information or to reserve by phone, please call (978) 283-0455 x10 during business hours.
Judith Curtis is a freelance writer specializing in art-related themes. She lives on Cape Ann and is a regular contributor to the American Art Review. She has also written several books including Anthony Thieme, The Life and Art of Paul Strisik, N.A., W. Lester Stevens, N.A., (1888-1969), Harry A. Vincent and His Contemporaries, Rocky Neck Art Colony (1850—1950) and A. T. Hibbard, American Master.
Harold Rotenberg, Pale Harbor, undated. Oil on canvas. Private collection.