French Art Lecture:

“A Romp through


presented by Rebecca Albiani

7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 16

at the Mercer Island Community
and Events Center

Please join local art historian Rebecca Albiani on a jetlag-free trip to Paris!

We will explore the masterpieces of the world’s largest and most visited museum, the Louvre, whose treasures span from the ancient world to the 19th century.

We’ll see the Law Code of Hammurabi and Liberty Leading the People, Michelangelo’s slaves and the Venus de Milo, and, of course, a woman with an enigmatic smile.


Admission: $10 for MISCA members; $15 for non-members. Pay at the door; or pay in advance below; or by mailing a check to MISCA, P.O. Box 404, Mercer Island, WA 98040

If you’re not already a MISCA member, join for 2023 when you come to the lecture and get in for free!

Members:                                                                                   Non-members:



Questions? Call Roberta at 206-550-6495.

Rebecca Albiani has been a lecturer at the Frye Art Museum since 1997. She was a Graduate Lecturing Fellow at Washington’s National Gallery and a Fulbright Scholar in Venice. She received an MA from Stanford University and a BA from the University of California, Berkeley. 

For more information, contact Jane Meyer Brahm, 206-353-9122.


Previous lectures: Enjoy lectures given previously and uploaded to YouTube:


Notre Dame cathedral in Paris: Its history, its art, and an update on restoration efforts (lecture presented on Zoom, Sept. 13, 2022).
The Hunt for the Unicorn: The Unicorn Tapestries at the Cloisters in New York City

Lecture recorded from Jan. 25, 2022




Impressionist Women Painters
To see a video of the Jan. 26, 2021 French Art Lecture, go to:
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