Third Place Books welcomes Norwegian art historian and author Kristine T. G. Hardeberg for a presentation of her new book, Art History for Everyone. This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required in advance.
This event will include a public signing and time for audience Q&A. Sustain our author series by purchasing a copy of the featured book!
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Why is the Virgin Mary's skirt almost always red? And what does a dog symbolize in old paintings? Can a wineglass and a hat tell us something about life in the Netherlands during the 17th century? And how did Michelangelo feel about painting the Sistine Chapel?
In Art History for Everyone, you'll get to know some of history's most notable artwork. You'll be surprised and delighted to discover strange and striking paintings and poignant sculptures — and become acquainted with the artists and their thrilling stories.
Join us for an exciting journey through art history, from Ancient Greece and Rome to today, you're sure to have eye opening moments, about everything from love and politics to religion and adventure.
You'll never look at art in the same way again!
Kristine T. G. Hardeberg is a Norwegian author, speaker, and art history influencer. For more than a decade, she has helped people from all around the world discover how fun and exciting art history is. Thousands have taken her online or in-person classes. Kristine has lived for years in the Pacific Northwest, France, and Switzerland, and she spends a lot of time in Italy, but her home is in Norway. Kristine is married to Jon, and they have four children and two cats.
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