A Brief History of Wildlife Art
Andrew Denman
March 15, 2020
Sunday 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
$10 museum members/$15 nonmembers

Join artist Andrew Denman for a highly informative ninety-minute lecture surveying the history of animals in art from the caves of Lascaux to modern day. The story of wildlife in art is long and fascinating, involving everything from animal worship, heraldry, natural history illustration, to sporting art, from the popular print market, to ecologically motivated art, right up to a burgeoning contemporary wildlife art movement. Let Andrew Denman be your guide to one of the most popular, most culturally relevant, and most academically overlooked artistic subjects today: wildlife.

A Brief History of Wildlife Art

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