Spotlight Tour: Art and Law, with Hannah Gadway ’25

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Harvard Art Museums

A young woman gestures toward a floating landscape painting over a mantle. The work is an almost abstract composition in silvery blues and grays.

Hannah Gadway will explore the intersection of art and law, particularly how the law has served to protect artists, art, and collectors.

No application or registration needed.

Cost

This イベント is free!

Please check in with museum staff at the Admissions desk in the Calderwood Courtyard to request to join the tour. Tours are limited to 18 people and are available on a first-come, first-served basis; no registration is required.

場所

  • In-person only.

Harvard Art Museums
32 Quincy
Cambridge, MA 02138
アメリカ合衆国

Neighborhood

Neighborhood 9

Dates and Times

.: 土曜日, 4月 13, 2午後 – 2:50午後.

Additional information

On this tour, Hannah Gadway ’25 will explore the intersection of art and law, particularly how the law has served to protect the interests of artists, art, and collectors. Touching on subjects from “art as evidence” to Nazi-owned art to the legal process involved in giving art to a museum, Gadway will examine three works: James Abbott McNeill Whistler’s painting Nocturne in Blue and Silver (c. 1871–72), the Japanese sculpture Prince Shōtoku at Age Two (Kamakura period, datable to about 1292), and Vincent Van Gogh’s Self-Portrait Dedicated to Paul Gauguin (1888).

A young woman gestures toward a floating landscape painting over a mantle. The work is an almost abstract composition in silvery blues and grays.

.: 土曜日, 4月 13, 2午後 – 2:50午後.

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