Arts & Culture


Life and Law in Early Modern England
Lillian Goldman Law Library
(203) 432-1608

An exhibition of legal books and manuscripts dating from the 1570s to the 1670s marks the centenary of the Elizabethan Club and illustrates a period when law played a leading role in English politics and culture.

Thomas Lawrence: Regency Power and Brilliance
Center for British Art
(203) 432-2800

A landmark retrospective of Regency painter Thomas Lawrence (1769–1830) includes his greatest paintings and drawings, alongside lesser-known works, in order to provide a fresh understanding of the artist and his career.

Samuel F. B. Morse’s Gallery of the Louvre
University Art Gallery
(203) 432-0600

Conceived as a giant art lesson for the public, Morse’s masterpiece shows, on a single canvas, those paintings he considered to be the greatest at the Louvre in Paris.

James Prosek: Suriname
Whitney Humanities Center
(203) 432-0670

Artist, writer, and naturalist James Prosek ’97 intentionally distorted the animal paintings he created on a 2010 trip to Suriname, to represent the inevitable distortion that occurs when humans try to define nature. Actual specimens collected on the trip are also on display.

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