February 25, 2010 2 Comments
by Elias Shams
This event was originally set for February 6th which was right around the first snow storm in DC. So, it was canceled. Here is your chance again.
As part of the tour, you will also celebrate the Museum 32nd anniversary. One of the most comprehensive collections of eighteenth and nineteenth-century Russian Imperial art outside of Russia, as well as an extensive collection of eighteenth-century French decorative arts will be on display.
Exhibition Fragile Persuasion: Russian Porcelain and the Fine Art of Propaganda, on view at Hillwood Museum and Gardens examines the role that porcelain played in commenting on Russia’s tumultuous history, from the late 19th century through the Revolution, the Cold War, and up to the present day. Read more…