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Art Talk - The Art of Hernando Villa

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Hernando Villa (1881-1952) was a very important California artist. The son of immigrants to Los Angeles from Baja California, he studied art in L.A., England and Germany, and specialized in paintings of the American West -- especially the "Old West" -- and the romance of early Spanish California. He worked for 40 years as the official artist of the Santa Fe Railroad, creating their famous "Chief" emblem and many beautiful advertising illustrations of the West.  Omar Holguin, founder of Pasadena's La Mancha Gallery, is our guest speaker for this fascinating talk, which is part of Chapman University's Heartbeat of Mexico Festival, presented by Musco Center for the Arts. The talk will take place in the Hilbert Museum on Thursday, May 16 at 6 pm. Admission is FREE, but you must obtain a free ticket here.

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Thursday, May 16, 2019 6:00 PM - Thursday, May 16, 2019 8:00 PM PT
Hilbert Museum of California Art
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The public can contact or 714-516-5880 for more information.

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  • Late seating is at the discretion of management. Please try to arrive before the talk begins, as late arrivals are disruptive to the speaker and the audience.
  • FREE parking is available in the new City of Orange/Metrolink West Structure located at 130 N. Lemon Street (additional entrance on Maple Ave.) The structure is located across Cypress Street in back of the museum, directly east of museum.
  • For additional parking information, please visit Chapman University's Visitor Parking Page:
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