Downeasterly Migration

21Feb2022

William H. Holst: Student, Teacher, Artist

From 4.30 pm until 5.30 pm

William H. Holst (1912-1995), modernist disciple of Hans Hofmann, taught and painted in Stonington and Deer Isle for close to four decades. A close friend of Haystack's founding director, Francis Merritt, he spent at least nine summers as an instructor there beginning in the late 1950s. Holst died at his home in Stonington on September 20, 1995 at the age of 83.
 
Andrew Young, part-time resident of Castine, shares highlights of his seventeen years researching Holst's art and life as a student, teacher, and artist. For sneak preview, visit Andrew's web-based inquiry into Holst's legacy: http://williamholst.info/.
 
Register online at Eventbrite to receive the Zoom link to Andrew's presentation. (Note: This is the first time we are using Eventbrite for registration. You can sign up to attend for Andrew's Zoom talk without creating an Eventbrite account. Follow the steps when you click the link above. Please contact us, 367-5926 or stonington.public.library@gmail.com, with any questions, and we would be glad to help.)

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