An Exhibition of City Views from the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Century from the Collection of the National Gallery of Art
July 1 – October 27, 1966
Ground Floor, Cafeteria Corridor
THIS EXHIBITION IS NO LONGER ON VIEW AT THE NATIONAL GALLERY.
Overview: A mixed array of prints in various media was shown, from a view of Nuremberg in 1502 to work by Jacques Callot, Canaletto, Thomas Rowlandson, Richard Parkes Bonington, Charles Meryon, and Muirhead Bone. A view of the Georgetown section of Washington and a contemporary intaglio view of Florence by the American Moishe Smith were also included.