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Exhibit on portrait photographer continues into August

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  • Reidin Dintzner of Woodstock checks out photographs including a portrait of Igor Stravinsky during a tour of the photographic show of Arnold Newman Sunday at the Lake County Discovery Museum near Wauconda. The "Arnold Newman: Luminaries" exhibit runs through Aug. 17.

       Reidin Dintzner of Woodstock checks out photographs including a portrait of Igor Stravinsky during a tour of the photographic show of Arnold Newman Sunday at the Lake County Discovery Museum near Wauconda. The "Arnold Newman: Luminaries" exhibit runs through Aug. 17.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Kathy Maynard of Deerfield looks at a portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright during a tour of the photographic show of Arnold Newman Sunday at the Lake County Discovery Museum near Wauconda.

       Kathy Maynard of Deerfield looks at a portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright during a tour of the photographic show of Arnold Newman Sunday at the Lake County Discovery Museum near Wauconda.
    Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

 
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Local residents discussed photographic portraits Sunday at the Lake County Discovery Museum near Wauconda during a members-only tour of "Arnold Newman: Luminaries."

The program was led by Lake County museum educator Seleena Kuester, who educated the group on portrait photographer Newman and the famous people he photographed.

"The whole point of the tour was learning how to read and analyze Newman's photographs," explained Kuester, "and what do they tell us about the subjects."

The members discussed with Kuester the intricacies of Newman's work and the relationship between subjects and their surroundings.

"It's a great way to showcase the photographer and the people he photographed," said Kathy Maynard of Deerfield.

The show runs through Aug. 17.

For more information on the program, the "Arnold Newman: Luminaries of the 20th Century in Art, Politics and Culture," exhibit or the Lake County Discovery Museum, visit lcfpd.org/discovery_museum.

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