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A series of fall lectures offering insights to the Renaissance and Baroque periods starts Thursday at the Albany Museum of Art with a presentation by Keaton Wynn, an art professor at Georgia Southwestern State University.

ALBANY ─ A series of fall lectures offering insights to the Renaissance and Baroque periods, during which some of the world’s most inspiring art was created, starts Thursday at the Albany Museum of Art with a presentation by Keaton Wynn, an art professor at Georgia Southwestern State University.

Wynn, who teaches both art history and ceramics at GSW, will explore “Spiritual Realities within the Immanent Frame.” The lecture begins at 5:30 p.m. and includes a walk-through of “European Splendors: Old Master Paintings from the Kress Collection,” which continues on exhibition in the AMA Haley Gallery through Dec. 23.