October 4, 2014, from 9 am–5 pm
Guest Speakers include Marc Simpson, David Tatham, Thomas Branchick, and Judith Walsh
Diane Forsberg, Symposium Host and Director & Chief Curator of The Arkell Museum: Opening remarks
Judith Walsh: "A New and Exciting Language: Winslow Homer's Use of the Color Theory of Michel-Eugène Chevreul"
David Tatham: "Winslow Homer in Northumberland: A New View of Homer's 'Turning Point'"
Thomas Branchick: "How Did He Do That?"
Marc Simpson: "You Must Wait, and Wait Patiently"
Panel discussion, moderated by Martha Hoppin
Paul D'Ambrosio President & CEO, Fenimore Art Museum: Concluding remarks
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Cost: $65 for members of the Arkell Museum or the New York State Historical Association. $75 for non-members.
Lunch $15 (optional)