DAM Curator to Discuss the Berger Collection of British Art–Now on Tour (Photos)

DAM Curator to Discuss the Berger Collection of British Art–Now on Tour (Photos)

Treasures of British Art 1400–2000: The Berger Collection just opened at the Portland Museum of Art in Portland, Maine, and a good time was had by all–including Denver Art Museum director Christoph Heinrich, shown in the photo above admiring the Berger Collection painting by Sir Anthony van Dyck, Dorothy, Lady Dacre.

To celebrate the opening, collection curator Kathleen Stuart will give a lecture on November 4, 2014 in the Sharp Auditorium at the DAM on the intriguing backstories of the pictures featured in the show.

Director's Circle Opening at the Portland Museum of Art in Maine.

The Berger Collection on view at the Portland Museum of Art in Maine.

Bernadette Berger and her daughter Cindy Hayes (left).

PMA director Mark Bessire (left) with William Berger’s children Katherine and George.

Elen Woods is the curatorial assistant in the painting and sculpture department at the Denver Art Museum. Elen has been at the DAM since January 2014, and when visiting the museum, she recommends that visitors don’t miss the Alfred Sisley works currently on view.

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