GAGE | Art History Tours
Faigin tours the home and studio of Joaquim Sorolla in Madrid, during the Gage Art Tour in Spain, 2011.
"I totally enjoyed every minute of the tour. It was like art history, general history, bible study, gossip and art all rolled into one… It was great to be seeing what they saw, it really helps in appreciating the work."
Since 1995, Faigin has been guiding art history tours through the art capitols of the United States and Europe. Faigin’s expertise in Western art, his in-depth understanding of the cultural currents at the times of the artists, and his biographical details of the artists, makes his fun and informative tours extremely popular with artists and art lovers alike.
Past Faigin-led international art tours have focused on single cities with rich cultural treasures, such as London, Paris, St. Petersburg, and Florence. Other tours have spanned a country or a region with artistic connections, such as:
Art Treasures of New York
Feb 8 thru 12, 2018
In February, Faigin is leading a fabulous five-day weekend art tour to New York that promises to be fast, fun and very full of one-of-a-kind experiences. The centerpiece of the tour is the "Michelangelo: Divine Draftsman & Designer" exhibit at The Met, preceded by a behind-the-scenes look at their extraordinary Conservation Department. The tour includes access to private art collections, artist studios, art experts, and even the galleries of MoMA before normal opening hours. You stroll along the High Line elevated park to the new Whitney Museum, plus you visit the Frick to tour the resident masterworks and a loan show of rarely-seen portraits by Spanish painter Zurbaran.
NYC Tour includes 4 nights in deluxe midtown hotel with continental breakfasts, 4 lunches, 2 dinners & in-town transportation by private coach. Learn more here.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20!
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WITH FAIGIN AT GAGE:
> Year-long Still Life Atelier
> Fine Art Workshops
> Evening Lecture Series