Our final lecture for the year at Mosman Art Gallery will be held by Michael Carr.
Michael is an art dealer and historian with over 20 years’ experience in handling major Australian and international paintings and sculptures, including Old Masters and contemporary works. He is a graduate in Arts and Law from the ANU and has an LL.M from Cambridge University. After working as a diplomat and commercial lawyer, Michael opened his first gallery in Sydney, Olsen Carr, in 1994. In 1999 he opened Michael Carr Art Dealer, which operated until late 2007 when he moved to Moscow to open CarrVesey Art Dealers, the first Western style art consultancy to be based in Moscow since 1917. He has also lectured extensively over the years to numerous audiences including the AGNSW Society, corporate groups and societies and more recently at the NGA, Canberra and the David Roche Foundation, Adelaide.
Michael will be speaking on the Modern Masters found in the Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg, Russia.
Lecture 1: Modern Masters from the Hermitage-a story of great private collectors and acquisition and loss by Revolution
Lecture 2: Catherine the Great-Empress of Art-the founder of the Hermitage Collection
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