Richard Singleton with “Viley’s Harry, Charles and Lew”, 1834, Edward Troye (American, 1808–1874), oil on canvas. Paul Mellon Collection, 85.645

Cost: Free, no reservations required

3 in 30: The Trappings of Sporting Art

with Jeffrey Allison, Paul Mellon Educator and Statewide Coordinator

Tue, Jul 5, 11–11:30 am & Thu, Jul 7, 6:30–7 pm

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What could contemporary artist Kehinde Wiley have in common with a 19th-century painter of American thoroughbred horses? Join Jeffrey Allison, VMFA’s Paul Mellon Collection Educator, to explore three works in the Paul Mellon Collection of British Sporting Art and discover the connections between the work of artist Edward Troye and Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic.