In conjunction with
George Biddle: The Art of American Social Conscience



Director’s Talk: George Biddle
In-person at Woodmere
Lecturer: William R. Valerio, Ph.D.
Woodmere’s director, Bill Valerio, describes his passion for the art of George Biddle, (1885–1973), a leading American artist whose work engaged with the human condition, in particular the social injustices he encountered in his journeys across the United States and abroad.
FREE | 2 pm | To learn more about George Biddle: The Art of the American Social Conscience, click here.
Image: Self-Portrait, 1933, by George Biddle (Philadelphia Museum
of Art: Bequest of Margaretta S. Hinchman, 1955-96-1)