Iris Moon, Assistant Curator, Metropolitan Museum of Art, "Precious Metals in the Age of Terror: Goldsmiths at Work During the French Revolution."

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Location: Annenberg Auditorium

Jean-Guillaume Moitte (French, 1746–1810), <em>Study for Three Silver Urns</em>, n.d., pen and black ink and gray wash over black chalk on laid paper, 6.3 × 17 inches (sight). Gift of Mr. John D. Reilly ’63, in honor of Virginia A. Marten, 2006.058Jean-Guillaume Moitte (French, 1746–1810), Study for Three Silver Urns, n.d., pen and black ink and gray wash over black chalk on laid paper, 6.3 × 17 inches (sight). Gift of Mr. John D. Reilly ’63, in honor of Virginia A. Marten, 2006.058

Lecture by Iris Moon, Assistant Curator in the Department of European Sculpture and Decorative Arts, Metropolitan Museum of Art on,  “Precious Metals in the Age of Terror: Goldsmiths at Work During the French Revolution” offered in conjunction with the current special exhibition, Money Worries. Free and open to all.

Co-sponsored with the Nanovic Institute for European Studies.

Originally published at sniteartmuseum.nd.edu.

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