Reed Anderson, Ph.D., special instructor of art history at KCAI, will present "Herman A. Webster's Love Affair With France: A Love Story in Prints" at 7 p.m. at KCAI's Northland Campus for Special Programs, 1801 N.W. Platte Rd. #275, Riverside, Mo.
Reed Anderson, Ph.D., is a special instructor in the art history department and has taught a variety of classes since coming to KCAI in 2004. One of his areas of expertise is the history of prints and printmaking, which inspired the exhibition and catalog "American Etchers Abroad, 1880-1939" (2004).
Anderson earned a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Master or Arts degree in art history from the University of Washington in Seattle, and a Ph.D. in American art from the University of Kansas. He is currently working on a book that explores the career of Herman A. Webster, a forgotten American master.
Pictured: "La place de l'hopital Strasbourg," Herman A. Webster, 1913, etching.