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October 12, 1990 - Image 93

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-10-12

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Let Your

PRESENCE

Be Known!

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DIA Opens
New Galleries

After three years of plann-
ing and nearly five months of
construction, the impres-
sionist collection will join
other European works of art
of the last century in the new-
ly redesigned 19th century
continental European
Galleries of the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts.
6,200-square-foot
The
galleries house more than
100 examples of painting,
sculpture and decorative arts
and include some of the DIA's
most recognizable works: Van
Gogh's Self Portrait, Renoir's
Large Bather, Cezanne's Por-
trait of Madame Cezanne,
Degas' Violinist and Young
Woman and Rodin's Eve.

AN DETROIT

Presents

DIA Hosts
Print Collection

Master prints of five cen-
turies from the collection of
Alan and Marianne Schwartz
will be shown at the Detroit
Institute of Arts from Oct. 14
through Jan. 6, 1991.
This exhibition will be a
selection of nearly 200 master
prints from the 15th century
to 1950, with examples of all
the major printmaking
techniques: woodcut, engrav-
ing, etching and lithography.
Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz have
a long association with the
Detroit Institute of Arts. This
exhibition celebrates the 10th
anniversary of the establish-
ment of the DIA's Schwartz
Graphic Arts Galleries, made
possible by their gift.
A symposium centered
around painter-printmakers
of the late 19th and early
20th centuries will be Oct. 13.
Speakers include: Clinton
Adams of the Tamarind In-
stitute, Albuquerque, N.M.;
Thomas B. Bruhn, curator of
Art Collections, the William
Benton Museum of Art,
Storrs, Conn.; Ruth Fine,
curator of American Prints
and Drawings, National
Gallery of Art, Washington,
D.C.; Pat Gilmour, writer, lec-
turer, and former curator of
prints at the National
Gallery of Australia and the
Tate Gallery, London,
England.
illustrated
fully
A
logue with 25 color plates
will be published by the
Founders Society Detroit In-
stitute of Arts. It will contain
entries for each print, compil-
ed by the curatorial staff of
the Graphic Arts Department
and an introduction by Ellen
Sharp, curator of Graphic
Arts. The catalogue will be
available through the DIA
Museum Shop.

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