What prompts a German-born artist to create a massive painting illustrating a major turning point in the American War of Independence 75 years after the event without a commission? Learn how Leutze romanticized the past by examining the artistic choices he made in painting “Washington Crossing the Delaware” and his other work owned by the Maryland Center for History and Culture, “Settlement of Maryland by Lord Baltimore.”

This virtual event is presented by Alice W. Schwarz as part of our Francis Scott Key Lecture Series, now called FSK from Home. Ms. Schwarz an Independent Museum Educator with over 37 years of experience working at the Metropolitan Museum of Art engaging audiences with original works of art. She is on the faculty at Bank Street College of Education in the Museum Education Graduate Program and adjunct faculty at School of Visual Arts, Art History and Critical Studies department.

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We hope you will join us for this alternative offering of our traditional Francis Scott Key Lecture Series. To help us continue providing free virtual programming, consider donating to our FSK from Home giving challenge by selecting the pay-as-you-wish option during registration.

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Add to Calendar 20200910 America/New_York 201 West Monument Street Baltimore MD 21201 Emanuel Leutze: Myth and Memory