4th St and Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC
Focus: The Collection
“Seated Youth” by Wilhelm Lehmbruck
Saturday, December 10 at 1:00 pm
East Building Information Desk
How to find our group: once you arrive at East Building, please meet at 12:45 pm at the East Building Information Desk.
Wilhelm Lehmbruck, Seated Youth, 1917, composite tinted plaster, National Gallery of Art, Andrew W. Mellon Fund,[masked]
Dr. David Gariff
Dr. David Gariff is a senior lecturer at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. and an adjunct professor of art history at The Catholic University of America.
A specialist in modern and contemporary art and the art of the Italian Renaissance, he has taught art history at the University of Wisconsin, Cleveland State University, Trinity University, and the University of Maryland, College Park, where he received his PhD.
He was a graduate fellow in Italy at the University of Florence and the University of Pisa, and a Fulbright and Kress Foundation fellow at the Institute for the History of Lombard Art in Milan.
David has lectured and written widely on topics related to modern art, film, and the Italian Renaissance; his book The World's Most Influential Painters and the Artists They Inspired explores the theme of artistic influence and inspiration in Western painting.
Hi, I'm Michael. I really enjoy indie and foreign films and cold days in a warm gallery.