In this conversation, Jo Briggs, Jennie Walters Delano Associate Curator of 18th- and 19th-Century Art, with Joy Davis, Manager of Adult and Community Programs, focus on Baltimore artist Andrew John Henry Way (1826-1888). Jo shows how still life painting provides a window into the culturally complex topics of food production and consumption. The Walters Art Museum owns two paintings of grapes by Way that are the departure point for an exploration of the politics of fruit growing in 19th-century America.

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Add to Calendar 20200922 America/New_York 600 North Charles Street Baltimore MD 21201 Live Talk: Fruit Painting and Food Politics