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Press Releases: 1984

January 1, 1984
The Oculus Sixth Street at Constitution Avenue Entrance, West Building (PDF 2MB)

January 9, 1984
Aztec exhibition [Art of Aztec Mexico: Treasures of Tenochtitlan] extended through April 1, 1984 (PDF 718KB)

January 20, 1984
Correggio and His Legacy: Sixteenth-Century Emilian Drawings at National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.2MB)

January 23, 1984
Major drawings collection acquired by National Gallery of Art [from Mr. and Mrs. Julius Held](PDF 1.7MB)

January 27, 1984
First exhibition of Watteau paintings and drawings goes on view at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 3.2MB)

February 14, 1984
National Gallery of Art acquires masterpiece [John Beale Bordley] by Charles Willson Peale (PDF 1.7MB)

February 23, 1984
Caravaggio's Deposition on view at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 1.3MB)

February 24, 1984
Old Master Drawings from the Albertina at the National Gallery (PDF 2.4MB)

March 22, 1984
The romance of the Near East explored in National Gallery exhibition [The Orientalists: Delacroix to Matisse] (PDF 2.1MB)

March 23, 1984
Mark Rothko: Works on Paper at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.4MB)

March 30, 1984
The Orientalists: Delacroix To Matisse at National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.3MB)

April 10, 1984
Rare drawings by early German masters to go on view at National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.6MB)

April 30, 1984
Conservation awareness to be subject of Sunday lecture [delivered by Ross Merrill] (PDF 1.7MB)

May 3, 1984
National Gallery of Art to receive 285 works by Mark Rothko (PDF 2.5MB)

May 14, 1984
Advance Exhibition Schedule (PDF 2.9MB)

May 21, 1984
Watteau paintings and drawings go on view at National Gallery of Art (PDF 3.0MB)

May 25, 1984
National Galley acquires major late painting [The Martyrdom and Last Communion of St. Lucy] by Paolo Veronese (PDF 1.7MB)

May 29, 1984
Rare Audubon engravings on view at National Gallery of Art for first time since 1961 (PDF 2.5MB)

June 1, 1984
Degas: The Dancers to go on view at National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.7MB)

June 21, 1984
The Treasure Houses of Britain five hundred years of tradition coming to National Gallery of Art (PDF 3.1MB)

June 21, 1984
Major publication to accompany Treasure Houses of Britain exhibition (PDF 1.6MB)

July 17, 1984
Major exhibition of recent prints and sculpture at National Gallery of Art [Gemini G.E.L.: Art and Collaboration] (PDF 2.6MB)

July 18, 1984
Moran's Yellowstone watercolors coming to National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.4MB)

July 18, 1984
Diverse collection [gift of Edgar William and Bernice Chrysler Garbisch] of American Naïve graphics to go on view at National Gallery (PDF 2.6MB)

July 23, 1984
Folk art renderings from Index of American Design to go on view at National Gallery (PDF 2.6MB)

July 27, 1984
Renaissance Drawings from the Ambrosiana at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.5MB)

August 8, 1984
Distinguished philosopher [Richard Wollheim] to give 1984 Andrew W. Mellon Lectures (PDF 1.7MB)

August 8, 1984
Charles Mitchell appointed National Gallery Kress Professor for 1984-1985 (PDF 1.6MB)

August 15, 1984
1984-1985 fellowships awarded by Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (PDF 4.4MB)

August 15, 1984
Visiting senior fellows appointed by Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (PDF 2.4MB)

August 29, 1984
43rd season of Sunday evening concerts at the National Gallery begins October 7, 1984 (PDF 3.0MB)

September 25, 1984
Announcement of internships in NGA Information Office (PDF 1.3MB)

October 2, 1984
Advance Exhibition Schedule (PDF 3.8MB)

October 5, 1984
Philip C. Jessup, Jr. elected new Secretary-General Counsel of the National Gallery of Art (PDF 1.4MB)

October 12, 1984
Old Master Drawings from the Albertina to go on view at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.6MB)

October 12, 1984
Three senior staff appointments at the National Gallery of Art [Jack Cowart, Head of Department of 20th Century Art; Danielle Rice, Curator of Education; and Maygene Daniels, Chief, Archives Department](PDF 2.3MB)

October 29, 1984
Degas: The Dancers marks 150th anniversary of French artist's birthday (PDF 2.7MB)

November 6, 1984
Major exhibition of recent prints and sculpture to go on view at National Gallery of Art [Gemini G.E.L.: Art and Collaboration] (PDF 2.5MB)

November 6, 1984
Conservation fellowships made possible by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (PDF 2.2MB)

November 8, 1984
National Gallery makes six new conservation appointments [David Bull, Gary W. Carriveau, Mervin J. Richard, Jr., Barbara Berrie, Michael R. Skalka, and Stanley Robertson] (PDF 2.6MB)

November 29, 1984
Master Prints from Washington Private Collections goes on view at National Gallery of Art [20th anniversary of the Washington Print Club] (PDF 2.7MB)

December 1, 1984
Advance Fact Sheet [Leonardo da Vinci Drawings of Horses from the Royal Library at Windsor Castle] (PDF 4.0MB)

December 6, 1984
National Trust, Historic Houses lend to Washington Treasure Houses exhibition (PDF 5.7MB)

December 27, 1984
American paintings from the Armand Hammer Collection to go on view at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.4MB)

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