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The Sunday Object Talk series returns from spring break this Sunday. At 2pm, Sarah Riecke  (OC ‘13) will be discussing Baldassare Peruzzi’s painting The Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine from 1502-3. Talks are always free and open to the public. There will be four more Sunday Object Talks at the museum before the end of the spring semester: on April 22, senior Alison Eby will discuss Tilmann Riemenschneider’s Bust of St. Urban; on April 29, Jeremy Rubenstein will talk about the Italian Marquetry Chest with Geometric Pattern and Architectural Perspectives from 1500. Then, on May 6, Briggin Scharf will present on Robert Longo’s drawing Men Trapped in Ice (Studies for Reliefs). The final talk will take place on Sunday, May 13, when Nico Alonso discusses Claes Oldenburg’s Giant Three-Way Plug.Hope to see you at one or more of the talks!

amamblog:

The Sunday Object Talk series returns from spring break this Sunday. At 2pm, Sarah Riecke  (OC ‘13) will be discussing Baldassare Peruzzi’s painting The Mystic Marriage of Saint Catherine from 1502-3. Talks are always free and open to the public. 

There will be four more Sunday Object Talks at the museum before the end of the spring semester: on April 22, senior Alison Eby will discuss Tilmann Riemenschneider’s Bust of St. Urban; on April 29, Jeremy Rubenstein will talk about the Italian Marquetry Chest with Geometric Pattern and Architectural Perspectives from 1500. Then, on May 6, Briggin Scharf will present on Robert Longo’s drawing Men Trapped in Ice (Studies for Reliefs). The final talk will take place on Sunday, May 13, when Nico Alonso discusses Claes Oldenburg’s Giant Three-Way Plug.

Hope to see you at one or more of the talks!

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