The Haverhill Council on Aging is having an outing to the Museum of Fine Arts Thursday, Dec. 4 to see the Jamie Wyeth and Goya exhibits.
Participants depart from Haverhill at 10 a.m. and return at 3 p.m. Tickets are $50 per person and include transportation, admission to the museum and guided tour of the Goya exhibit. The Wyeth exhibit is self-guided.
“Goya: Order and Disorder,” is a landmark exhibition dedicated to Spanish master Francisco Goya (1746–1828). The largest retrospective of the artist to take place in America in 25 years features 170 paintings, prints and drawings—offering the rare opportunity to examine Goya’s powers of observation and invention across the full range of his work.
Featuring 109 works, Jamie Wyeth examines six decades of the artist’s career and charts the evolution of his creative process from his earliest childhood drawings through recurring themes inspired by the people, places and objects that populate his world. Wyeth is the third generation in a family of artists––including his grandfather, Newell Convers “N.C.” Wyeth (1882–1945); his father, Andrew Wyeth (1917–2009); and his aunt, Carolyn Wyeth (1909–1994)
For more information about this trip or to register contact Kathy or Rita at (978) 374-2390.