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Press Releases: 2003

January 10, 2003
Important Works by Lichtenstein, Martin, and De Kooning are Latest Gifts to National Gallery of Art from Preeminent Collectors Robert and Jane Meyerhoff; Gifts Since 1986 Have Transformed Postwar Collection (PDF 134KB)

January 16, 2003
Gallery of Art Recruits Volunteers for Docent Programs (PDF 86KB)

January 22, 2003
Thomas Gainsborough Retrospective Illustrates the Range, Richness, and Originality of his Art; On View at the National Gallery of Art, Washington February 9 Through May 11, 2003(PDF 137KB)

February 25, 2003
Major Kirchner Retrospective Premieres at the National Gallery of Art, March 2, 2003(PDF 267KB)

March 12, 2003
First Exhibition Devoted Exclusively to Remington's Innovative Paintings of Night Premieres at the National Gallery of Art April 13-July 13, 2003(PDF 134KB)

March 12, 2003
Kirk Varnedoe, Renowned Art Historian and Author, Is Featured Speaker in National Gallery of Art's 52nd A.W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts(PDF 125KB)

March 20, 2003
Most Comprehensive Show Ever of Art by Romare Bearden Premieres at National Gallery of Art, September 14, 2003-January 4, 2004; National Tour Includes Five U.S. Cities(PDF 284KB)

March 25, 2003
National Gallery of Art Installs Ellsworth Kelly's Color Panels for a Large Wall in East Building Atrium(PDF 108KB)

April 17, 2003
Jean-Antoine Houdon (1741-1828): Sculptor of the Enlightenment on View at the National Gallery of Art May 4 through September 7, 2003(PDF 160KB)

April 24, 2003
Popular “Jazz in the Garden” Returns for Third Year in National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Every Friday, 5:00-8:00 P.M., May 30- August 29, 2003(PDF 103KB)

May 11, 2003
National Gallery of Art Celebrates Turn-of-the-Century Paris with Metropolitan Entrance in Sculpture Garden(PDF 108KB)

June 2, 2003
Small Wonders: Dutch Still Lifes by Adriaen Coorte on View at the National Gallery of Art June 29 through September 28, 2003(PDF 286KB)

June 11, 2003
Iconic Work by Tony Smith Acquired by National Gallery of Art(PDF 129KB)

June 11, 2003
Most Comprehensive Show Ever of Art by Romae Bearden Premieres at National Gallery of Art, September 14, 2003-January 4, 2004; National Tour Included Five U.S. Cities (PDF 1.7MB)

June 19, 2003
National Gallery of Art Launches Web Site for Teachers(PDF 127KB)

June 19, 2003
Well-Traveled St. Christopher Returns to the National Gallery of Art(PDF 109KB)

July 10, 2003
National Gallery of Art Summer Lecture Series Five African American Artists Begins on July 20(PDF 103KB)

July 18, 2003
Verrocchio's Newly Restored David on View in Nation's Capital, February 13 through March 21, 2004; First Time Renaissance Masterpiece Has Left Italy(PDF 253KB)

August 1, 2003
Exhibition of French 18th-Century Prints Reveals One of the Most Innovative Periods in History of Printmaking at National Gallery of Art, October 26, 2003-February 16, 2004
(PDF 247KB)

August 1, 2003
First Exhibition of Picasso's Cubist Portraits of Fernande Olivier on View at the National Gallery of Art October 1, 2003-January 18, 2004(PDF 293KB)

August 1, 2003
First Exhibition in United States of Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg "Father of Danish Painting" on View at the National Gallery of Art November 23, 2003-February 29, 2004(PDF 269KB)

August 1, 2003
National Gallery of Art is Sole U.S. Venue for First Comprehensive Survey of French Genre Painting, October 12, 2003-January 11, 2004(PDF 228KB)

August 1, 2003
Most Comprehensive Show Ever of Art by Romare Bearden Premieres at National Gallery of Art, September 14, 2003-January 4, 2004; National Tour Includes Five U.S. Cities(PDF 676KB)

September 15, 2003
Books and Sketchbooks Reveal A Painter's Mind: Selections from the Library of Romare Bearden at National Gallery of Art Companion Exhibition to The Art of Romare Bearden, September 14, 2003 - January 4, 2004 (PDF 104KB)

September 15, 2003
Bearden Exhibition Inspires Weekend Jazz Brunch at National Gallery's Terrace Café, Now through January 4, 2004 (PDF 115KB)

September 26, 2003
National Gallery of Art Trustees Elect Victoria P. Sant as New President and Appoint John C. Fontaine as New Trustee, as President Robert H. Smith Becomes Trustee Emeritus(PDF 227KB)

October 1, 2003
The Cubist Paintings of Diego Rivera: Memory, Politics, Place On View in Washington, Dc, and Mexico City in 2004 (PDF 219KB)

October 1, 2003
Landmark Exhibition Courtly Art of the Ancient Maya Opens at the National Gallery of Art, April 4, 2004(PDF 228KB)

October 1, 2003
National Gallery of Art Showcases Milestones in Mexican Cinema: 1898-2003 in Spring-Summer 2004 (PDF 210KB)

October 6, 2003
25th Anniversary of National Gallery of Art East Building Celebrated with Exhibition and Programs; Special Installation Reveals Architect I.M. Pei's Design Process(PDF 293KB)

October 21, 2003
Rare 17th Century Statue of Saint John of the Cross Acquired by National Gallery of Art(PDF 200KB)

October 24, 2003
Special Installation of Mark Rothko's Mural Commissions on View at the National Gallery of Art: Gallery Celebrates Artist's Centenary(PDF 215KB)

October 31, 2003
National Gallery of Art's Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts Announces 2003-2004 Appointments(PDF 157KB)

November 4, 2003
Updated Release: First Monographic Exhibition in United States of Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg "Father of Danish Painting" on View at the National Gallery of Art November 23, 2003-February 29, 2004(PDF 282KB)

November 5, 2003
National Gallery of Art Celebrates the 2003 Holiday Season(PDF 299KB)

November 5, 2003
The National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Ice-Skating Rink Opens Mid-November for Fifth Year(PDF 207KB)

November 23, 2003
Verrocchio's Newly Restored David on View in Nation's Capital, February 13 through March 21, 2004(PDF 194KB)

December 8, 2003
First Major Survey of Jim Dine's Drawings Opens March 21, 2004, at the National Gallery of Art(PDF 153KB)

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