Enjoy Fall with us with a season-themed art tour of Fall Art found at the National Gallery of Art Washington D.C. and other Museums from around the world. Impressive colors of reds golds yellows and browns have been captured by famous artists for decades. This season we give you Autumn by Winslow Homer Corrado Giaquinto and many others. And since snow is bound to quickly blow into the scene we include beautiful winter-themed art too.
An internet connection microphone and camera-enabled computer tablet or smartphone is required. The virtual tour will be delivered via the video conferencing app Zoom. You do not require a Zoom account to participate; the link to access the tour will be sent to you in advance.
How to Join
Once you have registered for the tour you will be sent an email with all necessary information and details about how to access the class online.
This is a live tour and is not recorded due to copyright laws.
Tour Guide | Stephen Mead
Stephen Mead is more than a tour guide. He’s a passionate sacred art enthusiast storyteller and history buff with a broad knowledge of the antiquities of art. Stephen lived in London for many years and was invited to lead exhibition tours at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. He also started talking for the National Arts Collection Fund and worked for numerous educational institutions across Britain. Stephen later relocated to the D.C area and has been part of our family for 6+ years. Stephen is a famous face around these parts ushering countless tour groups young and old through the boughs of history. Stephen’s unique storytelling style captures the minds and hearts of everyone who joins him on a journey through time exploring the beauty of Modern Art throughout the centuries.
Tickets for Virtual Fall Art Tour can be booked here.