Gardens were an important motif of early Impressionist art, featuring prominently in the works of Monet, Renoir, Morisot and Cassatt. Several Impressionists were also passionate gardeners. Much later in his career, Monet would create a garden at his home in Giverny, which gave him the glorious waterlily theme of his final decades.
Ms. Albiani graduated with highest honors in Italian and Art History from UC Berkeley. For the last 15 years or so she given the monthly Art History Lecture Series at the Frye Art Museum, where her topics have ranged from ancient Egypt to Pop Art. She also teaches at several local retirement communities and other venues.
This lecture will Live-Stream from the Kay White Hall at Vashon Center for the Arts.
Wednesday, May 27, 11:30 am
$10 Suggested donation
The live-stream will be found on our home page