April 26, 6 p.m
This event is free to attend
William R. Cross’s new biography of the important American painter Winslow Homer, has been met with universally approving reviews in The Atlantic, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Publishers Weekly and others. Hailed as “exemplary” by art critic Sebastian Smee of the Washington Post, the book is released concurrently with the opening of a once-in-a-century exhibition of the artist’s work, “Winslow Homer: Crosscurrents,” at the Metropolitan Museum in NYC, which will travel to London’s National Gallery.
Bill Cross is a good friend and neighbor of Gordon College, and he has generously offered to join distinguished art professor Bruce Herman on stage at Gordon College on April 26 at 6 p.m. in the MacDonald Auditorium for a public dialogue on the painter, the exhibition and the book.