National Gallery of Art: Art for the NationNational Gallery of Art National Gallery of Art: Art for the Nation
  Collection for a New Century
In-depth Studies  

These in-depth studies focus on works by a variety of artists represented in the National Gallery of Art’s exhibition Art for the Nation: Collecting for a New Century, on view at the Gallery from 8 October 2000 to 4 February 2001. During the first three months of the exhibition, in-depth studies will be added in small groups, bringing the total to fourteen.

Curatorial review by Alan Shestack, Deputy Director and Chief Curator; Philip Conisbee, Senior Curator and Head of French Paintings; Jeffrey Weiss, Curator, Modern and Contemporary Art; Kimberly A. Jones, Assistant Curator, French Paintings; April Watson, Assistant, Department of Photographs

Developed and produced by Barbara Moore, Head, Department of Education Publications; Ruth R. Perlin, Head, Department of Education Resources; Phyllis Hecht, Web Site Manager

Written by Sara Mark Lesk, Joan Horn, and
Sarah Kirk

Edited by Ulrike Mills, Editors Office
Image Coordination by Leo J. Kasun and Avery Beeson, Department of Education Resources

Web design and development by Swim Design, Silver Spring, Maryland. Claudine Intner, Designer; Laurie Swindull and Andrew Iskowitz, Creative Directors; Sae Woo and Kathleen Ballard, Programming Consultants.

The Web feature and exhibition are made possible by Verizon Foundation


Navigation to each Web featureJohannes VerspronckClaude Joseph VernetStill LifeEdgar DegasEdward SteichenJulia Margaret CameronJasper JohnsJacopo BassanoValentin de BoulogneWilliam HarnettRembrandt van RijnHenri Matisse and the FauvesAlexander CalderEdouard Vuillard






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