Tuesday, October 16, 2007
Jacoulet Exhibit Ongoing
An exhibit of French-born painter Paul Jacoulet's paintings is still ongoing at the University of Guam's Isla Center. Art aficionados and collectors have until November 24 to see some of the rare Jacoulet collections and even perhaps help identify some of Jacoulet's subjects.
For those who are planning to visit the exhibit and are interested to know more about the artist may check our blog entry on Jacoulet. In IL Mag's August Issue, Dr. Don Rubinstein of the Micronesia Research Center at the University of Guam discussed Jacoulet's travels to the islands as well as his life as a French-born artist in Japan.
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