Trace the lives and careers of William Jurian Kaula and Lee Lufkin from the time they meet in Paris as Students through their marriage and lives together at the famous Fenway Studio building in Boston. At the Fenway, they will live and work beside some of the most important artists of the late 19th and early 20th century in Boston. They will travel extensively around New England where William will record the specific effects of light and atmosphere of the landscape in varied times of day and season. Lee will focus her attention on elaborate portraits of young women, genre scenes with children and still life images. They will eventually acquire a home in the Monadnock region in Southern New Hampshire where they will paint, entertain and cultivate elaborate gardens
Presented by Professor Carol G. J. Scollans, Senior Lecturer II, Art Department, University of Massachusetts, Boston
The audience is invited to bring a lunch to enjoy during the program.
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