Three Seyfferts

ART

October 28, 1999|By Glenn McNatt

Three generations of artistic vision in Baltimore's Seyffert family, represented by paterfamilias Leopold, his son, Richard, and grandson Robert Seyffert, are on display at historic Evergreen House.

The show spans the period 1905 to 1999. Leopold Seyffert was a student of Ignacio Zuloaga, the Spanish painter with whom Alice Warder Garrett shared a 30-year friendship and from whom she commissioned or purchased many paintings that are in the Evergreen House Foundation collection today.

Leopold's grandson, Robert, lives in New York City and paints cityscapes of New York and Baltimore and landscapes of Nova Scotia and Maryland's Eastern Shore

Evergreen House is at 4545 North Charles St. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Admission is $3. For information call: 410-516-0341

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