Open House Reception: SCHOFIELD Celebrating the Art of Uncle Elmer

11/19/20
7:00 pm
8:30 pm
Online via Zoom
Join Woodmere for an online open house celebrating the generous gift of paintings by Walter Elmer Schofield from the artist’s niece Margaret Phillips and the extended Schofield Phillips family. A leader of the Pennsylvania Impressionists and a central figure in the broader phenomenon of American Impressionism, Schofield worked in Philadelphia and abroad in Cornwall, England, where he made his home. This exhibition will showcase masterpieces such as Montmartre (c. 1896) and Early Winter Morning (1908–9), as well as the recent gift of The Steam Trawlers, Boulogne (1909). Just In: SCHOFIELD Celebrating the Art of Uncle Elmer, originally on view through January 10, 2021, will be extended. Details will be available on our website once confirmed.
 
Please note: This event is offered online for free, but registration is required. You will receive a confirmation email at check-out containing the link to view the open house.
  • Woodmere Art Museum is temporarily closed to the public. Learn more about Woodmere's safety guidelines.
    The Museum's outdoor sculpture, grounds, and Straw Journey remain available to visitors observing social distancing.