Tea Day 1931

The Art Community at Old Lyme

Women in gauzy dresses and wide-brimmed hats, men in blazers and flannels mingled in the annual garden parties hosted by the Lyme Art Association. A 1931 painting, Tea Day, by LAA artist Edward Volkert is the instigation for this exhibition which, like a snapshot in time, will focus on the art of this period in Old Lyme, Connecticut. Artists include Eugene Higgins, Bruce Crane, Harry Hoffman, William Chadwick, and Edward Volkert among others.

More about this exhibition

Supported in part by the David T. Langrock Foundation

Tea with the Curator
Wednesday, June 22, 11:00 a.m.

Gallery Talk: An Introduction to the Old Lyme Art Colony
Wednesday, August 3, 11:00 a.m.