Dominic Taglialatella's 3rd Annual Art Lecture Series

Dominic Taglialatella's 3rd Annual Art Lecture Series

January 12, 2015 

The 3nd Annual Art Lecture Series at Mar-a-Lago

Taglialatella Galleries invites you as our guest, at no charge, to enjoy any or all of three lectures at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach. The lectures are from 5:00 to 6:15 on Wednesday nights and due to the overwhelming success last year, seating will be extremely limited, so please RSVP to David Ginn at (561) 833-4700 A.S.A.P.

In addition, Mar-a-Lago has offered their dining facility to any of our lecture guests who wish to stay and enjoy their famous Seafood Buffet. To make a reservation and inquire about the menu and cost please call the dining room reservation desk at (561) 822-5072. This is a rare opportunity to dine at Mar-a-Lago. Mar-a-Lago rules require jackets for gentleman and no jeans.

Lecture I – February 11, 2015

Van Gogh & Gauguin: Two months of turmoil in Arles 

An overview of one of the most dramatic moments in the history of art, the brief and intense few weeks that Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin lived and worked together in the South of France. Dominic Taglialatella traces van Gogh’s glorious Arles period and its tragic conclusion.

Lecture II – March 25, 2015

Great Women Collectors: American women that shaped the 20th Century    

Dominic Taglialatella discusses some of the legendary American women collectors to whom we owe so much of our cultural heritage. This talk covers a variety of figures and their collecting passions including the Steins, the Cone sisters of Baltimore, Isabella Stewart Garner of Boston and Louise Havemeyer of New York, and even our own Marjorie Merriweather Post.

Lecture III – April 15, 2015

Abstract Expressionism: Artists that forged a new era in American Art

Join us for an introduction to the first American art movement to capture the imagination of the post-war world, including the leading men and women of the movement that shifted the center of gravity of the western art world from Paris to New York City.