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Opening Reception of Louis Dewis: A Belgian Post-Impressionist
January 25, 2019 @ 6:30pm to January 25, 2019 @ 8:00pm
You are invited to the exhibition opening reception of Louis Dewis: A Belgian Post-Impressionist on January 25th. Enjoy a cash bar and complimentary soft drinks, as well as an opportunity to preview the exhibition.
The opening reception for Louis Dewis: A Belgian Post-Impressionist will be held from 6:30-8pm in conjunction with the public reception (6:30-8pm) of The Unbridled Paintings of Lawrence H. Lebduska at The Mennello Museum of American Art (MMAA).
If you purchase a ticket to either of the two opening receptions (6:30-8pm), your $10 ticket will grant you complimentary admission into both events. OMA Members and MMAA Members also receive complimentary admission to both receptions. Must present ticket stub or Member ID for access to the receptions.
Complimentary transportation between the two museums will be available for guests that evening.
PUBLIC RECEPTION DETAILS
- 6:30 - 8:00pm
- Cash bar
- Complimentary soft drinks and water
- Valet parking at OMA available for $5 per vehicle. Garage parking at the Orlando Science Center next to MMAA available for $5 per vehicle.
- FREE for OMA Members and MMAA Members. Must show valid Member card.
- $10 for Visitors – includes complimentary admission to MMAA’s opening reception The Unbridled Paintings of Lawrence H. Lebduska.
- Beverages Provided by ABC Fine Wine & Spirits
- Florals Provided by The Flower Studio
ABOUT LOUIS DEWIS
Inspired by such French masters of landscape painting as Corot, Monet, and Cézanne, Louis Dewis (1872-1946) painted scenes of cities, villages, and the countryside throughout Belgium and France. Working primarily from 1916 until his death in 1946, Dewis was regarded by critics of his time as one of his country’s most distinguished landscape painters, contributing to a revival of traditional landscape painting in France and Belgium during the years between the world wars. Louis Dewis: A Belgian Post-Impressionist places Dewis’s work in historical context and seeks to reestablish his role in the story of 20th-century French and Belgian art. Organized by the Orlando Museum of Art and presenting more than 100 works from throughout his career, this is Dewis’s first important museum exhibition in the United States. The Orlando Museum of Art is grateful to Mr. Brad Face for lending to this exhibition works from his extensive Louis Dewis collection. READ MORE »