Talks and Tours
Lee lectures nationally and internationally on a wide variety of art-historical and esthetic issues. His lectures on art history and art appreciation have been heard at such notable universities as: Harvard, Yale, Duke, Virginia Tech, Penn State University, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, University of Memphis, Virginia Commonwealth University, George Mason University and the University of Toronto.
He is best known for his dynamic and engaging lecturing style. Showing a great passion for his subject, he encourages each attendee to integrate art into their own lives.
Also, Mr. Sandstead has developed relationships with the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. and is available for private and corporate tours.
If you would like to schedule a lecture or tour, please contact Mr. Sandstead at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm Having an Art Attack!
Evelyn Beatrice Longman (1874-1954)—Master Sculptor; Guidepost
Revolution in Glass—The American Stained-Glass Movement (1880-1910)
Why I LOVE art!
The Only Two Art-History Texts Under My Pillow
How to USE Art Like a Computer
Unearthing the Nineteenth Century
Why Art History Needs Fine Art Dealers—Desperately
The Gothic Cathedral—Integrity in Space and Light
Intimacy in Philosophy and Art
Daniel Chester French—Consummate Idealist
How to Appreciate Art
The Birthplace of Objective Art—The Greek Temple of Aphaea at Aegina
Understanding Narrative Art
Hall of Fame of Great Americans—Recovering Our Past
Why Artists Need Philosophy and Why Philosophers Need Art