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  • Hunter Museum of American Art 10 Bluff View Avenue Chattanooga, TN, 37403 United States (map)

We are proud to welcome Norman Rockwell Museum Chief Curator and Deputy Director Stephanie Plunkett to speak about Harvey Dunn, his artistic and teaching career, and the themes of his work. Because the exhibition was organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum and the South Dakota Art Museum, Ms. Plunkett will be able to offer special insight into Dunn’s legacy and some of the rarely seen original works featured in the exhibit.
This program is free to members and open to the public with regular admission.

This program is open to the public with regular admission ($15 adults, free for children, youth under 17). 

The Art Wise series is generously sponsored by the


Media support provided by Brewer Media.

Masters of the Golden Age: Harvey Dunn and His Students is made possible by support from SunTrust and media sponsor Chattanooga Times Free Press and is a collaboration of Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts and South Dakota Art Museum, Brookings, South Dakota.

Harvey Dunn (1884-1952), “Empty Rooms,” 1938, Story illustration for “Leave the Past Behind” by Frederick Merrill Tibbott, “The Saturday Evening Post,” May 21, 1938, Oil on canvas
Later Event: July 7