American Portraiture to be discussed at Milton Historical Society Feb. 25

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Milton Historical Society to host Fireside Chat

The Milton Historical Society’s “History at the Hearth,” the Winter Lecture Series, is offering two programs, both meeting at the Suffolk Resolves House at 1370 Canton Avenue, Milton. Each hour-long program starts at 10 a.m. Space is limited to 20 people per session and reservations are required.  RSVP to Eleanor at 617-696-4115 or [email protected].

American Portraiture from the Early National Period

Saturday, February 25, 2017

American Portraiture from the Early National Period – Alex Dubois, Curator of Collections at the Litchfield Historical Society, has focused his collection interests on American portraiture from the Early National Period.  His talk will encompass topics such as the style and training of artists working during this period, folk portraiture, itinerant painters, and the tradition of American portrait miniatures.  Examples from both the Milton Historical Society and the Litchfield Historical Society will help illustrate the discussion.

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