A Celebration of a New Bedford Master: Artist Albert Pinkham Ryder

March 28
7 pm  |  Reception: 6 pm
Free Admission
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Join Museum curators to honor the centennial anniversary of New Bedford-born artist Albert Pinkham Ryder’s passing on March 28, 1947. World renowned for his somber expressive works, which grace the collections of great national and international museums, Ryder influenced a generation of modernist artists, who were inspired by his emotive use of broad abstracted planes of color. Curators will highlight an exquisite Ryder painting in the Museum’s collection and discuss his connections to New Bedford.