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Press Releases: 1987

January 1, 1987
200 years of Italian master paintings to open at the National Gallery(PDF 10.8MB)

January 8, 1987
Agreement reached on [Robert E. and Jane B.] Meyerhoff Collection of Art (PDF 1.6MB)

February 3, 1987
Wyeth's Helga pictures on view at the National Gallery (PDF 3.1MB)

February 18, 1987
Ruth Kaplan to head Public Information Office at the National Gallery (PDF 918KB)

February 27, 1987
Drawings from British Royal Collection to come to the National Gallery. Princess Alexandra to represent royal family at preview (PDF 1.6MB)

March 1, 1987
Advance Exhibition Schedule: March-November 1987 (PDF 7.4MB)

March 4, 1987
Newly discovered Matisse painting to go on view at the National Gallery. Matisse exhibition on view through March 29, 1987 (PDF 1.8MB)

March 12, 1987
New work by Robert Rauschenberg on view at the National Gallery  (PDF 1.7MB)

April 1, 1987
Five centuries of master drawings on view at the National Gallery [The Armand Hammer Collection: Eighteenth-Century Drawings] (PDF 5.0MB)

April 8, 1987
Close-up view of Donatello restoration work at the National Gallery (PDF 903KB)

April 12, 1987
John Marin exhibition slated for the National Gallery. Additional works promised to Gallery by artist's son (PDF 1.5MB)

April 23, 1987
Armand Hammer bequeaths collection of master drawings to the National Gallery. Unique drawing by Renaissance artist Raphael acquired with funds provided by Armand Hammer. Four other Old Master drawings also given (PDF 2.4MB)

April 24, 1987
National Gallery of Art extended summer hours (PDF 890KB)

April 24, 1987
Wyeth's Helga pictures on view at the National Gallery  (PDF 30.8MB)

April 24, 1987
Advance passes for Andrew Wyeth's Helga pictures available May 11 (PDF 2.3MB)

May 1, 1987
Media advisory: American Drawings and Watercolors of the Twentieth Century: Andrew Wyeth, the Helga Pictures (PDF 824KB)

June 1, 1987
Special exhibition of American graphics from Whitney Museum on view at the National Gallery (PDF 10.2MB)

June 9, 1987
Works by Joseph Stella and Alfred Stieglitz on view at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.5MB)

June 16, 1987
William Merritt Chase exhibition at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 6.5MB)

June 17, 1987
Berthe Morisot retrospective at the National Gallery of Art. Impressionist Artist is Honored with First Major American Exhibition (PDF 3.3MB)

July 1, 1987
Modern sculpture from the Nasher Collection to open at National Gallery (PDF 7.0MB)

July 1, 1987
Advance Exhibition Schedule (PDF 8.7MB)

September 8, 1987
Folk Art from the Shelburne Museum on View at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.5MB)

October 1, 1987
Greek Minister of Culture announces exhibition at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.4MB)

October 1, 1987
New season of Sunday evening free concerts to resume October 4 at National Gallery of Art (PDF 10.8MB)

October 1, 1987
The Art of Rosso Fiorentino to open at the National Gallery. First U.S. exhibition ever devoted solely to 16th century Italian Renaissance artist (PDF 5.9MB)

October 5, 1987
Major exhibition on Japanese art and culture to open at the National Gallery of Art in October 1988 (PDF 6.3MB)

November 1, 1987
Centennial exhibition of Georgia O'Keeffe to open in November 1987 at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 3.7MB)

November 1, 1987
Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts announces 1987-1988 appointments. Kress Professor [Craig H. Smyth] and Mellon Lecturer [Jaroslav Pelikan] named (PDF 760KB)

December 1, 1987
Media Advisory [Roundtable discussion with Scott Burton and George Segal] (PDF 2.4MB)

December 1, 1987
Exhibition of early Greek art at National Gallery (PDF 1.5MB)

December 1, 1987
Exhibition of English Drawings and Watercolors to open December 13, 1987 (PDF 4.3MB)

December 2, 1987
Gauguin Retrospective in Washington, Chicago, and Paris (PDF 2.4MB)

December 6, 1987
National Gallery of Art and Hermitage Museum Agree to Art Exchange Titian's Saint Sebastian Arrives from Leningrad for Gorbachev Visit (PDF 2.5MB)

December 22, 1987
National Gallery of Art celebrates the holidays with exhibition of antique toys from Shelburne Museum (PDF 2.2MB)

December 30, 1987
Exhibition of modern sculpture from the Nasher Collection extended at the National Gallery (PDF 7.5MB)

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