Bellows talk with Columbus Museum of Art


Enjoy a presentation about artist George Bellows with the Columbus Museum of Art (CMA) on Tuesday, April 30, from 7-8 pm!

George Bellows left Columbus in 1904 to take the New York art world by storm. In just five short years, he was considered among the nation’s most respected artists.

CMA’s Curator of American Art Melissa Wolfe will discuss the cultural and artistic reasons for this Columbus native’s fame in her talk George Bellows and Painting Modern America.

This special event celebrates the exhibit George Bellows and the American Experience, on view at CMA August 23, 2013—January 4, 2014.

Presented by: CMA, GH/MC Historical Society, and The Village of Marble Cliff (once home to relatives of Bellows), and the Grandview Library.

Pictured: “Dempsey and Firpo” (1924) by George Bellows; Whitney Museum of American Art.