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Remembering Artist Eugene Speicher at the Samuel Dorsky Museum-Sun, June 1

  |   May 29, 2014  |  Comment

A Conversation with Marianne Kearney, Tony Robinson & Cornelia Hartmann Rosenblum Sunday, June 1, 2 pm

Hudson Valley natives who knew Eugene Speicher as an esteemed painter and a pillar of the Woodstock art colony will share insights and remembrances of him, bringing to life a man who had a high profile in his day but who, sadly, has fallen into obscurity. They’ll reflect on Speicher’s influential relationship with George Bellows, the grandfather of Marianne Kearney, and Speicher as a portraitist, according to the experience of two of his sitters, Tony Robinson, and Cornelia Hartmann Rosenblum.

For more information, contact the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art,  State University of New York at New Paltz, 1 Hawk Drive, New Paltz, NY 12561 Phone: 845-257-3844 Hours: Wednesday-Sunday: 11 am – 5 pm.

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