Inspired by the image of Elliott Daingerfield in his library, LSU Museum of Art compiled several objects from the permanent collection to create an area in the Everlasting Calm exhibition that are evocative of his space. Alongside these pieces of furniture and decorative arts are reproduction images of Daingerfield with his daughter and students as well as works of art related to his family and home—a drawing of his mother and a painting of his third North Carolina studio, Westglow.
Scroll over the image below to take a closer look at the space, then stop by the museum to see it in person.
Everlasting Calm: The Art of Elliott Daingerfield is on view December 16, 2016 through March 19, 2017. Generous support for this exhibition is provided by The Imo N. Brown Memorial Fund in memory of Heidel Brown and Mary Ann Brown, Louisiana CAT, L. Cary Saurage II Foundation, Charles Schwing and Susanna McCarthy. Additional support provided by Taylor, Porter, Brooks & Phillips L.L.P. This exhibition is organized by the Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA.