Florence Griswold part of Worldwide Exhibition On Screen Series
The fourth season of Exhibition on Screen, the series of art-museum documentaries shown in theatres worldwide, will include a film about Florence Griswold Museum’s recent exhibit The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement.
This is the first time Exhibition on Screen has focused on a Connecticut museum. Phil Grabsky of Exhibition on Screen said last season’s Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse was a hit, appealing to lovers of both art and gardening, and he wanted to explore that territory further.
Exhibition on Screen focuses on legendary museums and artists.
This article was originally published on CTNOW by Susan Dunne. Click here to read the full article.
Image credit: The Crimson Rambler by Philip Leslie Hale, 1908, part of the Florence Griswold Museum’s The Artist’s Garden exhibit, which will be featured in Exhibitions on Screen. (Courtesy of Florence Griswold Museum)
Confessions of the Fox centres on discovery of a long-lost manuscript; a gender-defying exposé of one of London's most notorious criminals, Jack Sheppard. Reimagining Sheppard as a transgender man, the book travels into the underworld of 18th-cent...
With over 400 of the world's leading literary luminaries and public intellectuals coming together for the 2019 Sydney Writers' Festival — and just three short weeks to get reading — honing that bedside table of books is no mean feat. To make thing...