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Press Releases: 2005

January 5, 2005
National Gallery of Art Children's Film Program Kicks Off New Season of Classic and International Films on January 8, 2005(PDF 134KB)

Jannuary 7, 2005
Frankenthaler Masterpiece Enters National Gallery of Art Paintings Collection(PDF 287KB)

January 11, 2005
Chinese Porcelains Back on View at the National Gallery of Art Following Gallery Renovation(PDF 120KB)

January 14, 2005
Cotton Puffs, Q-Tips®, Smoke and Mirrors: The Drawings of Ed Ruscha Showcases the Artist's Matter-of-Fact Wit and Distinctive American Sensibility at the National Gallery of Art, February 13-May 30, 2005(PDF 446KB)

March 1, 2005
National Gallery of Art Presents Rare Look at Portraits by Dutch Artist Jan de Bray(PDF 296KB)

March 7, 2005
Gilbert Stuart, Renowned Portraitist of America's First Presidents, Featured in Full Retrospective at the National Gallery of Art, March 27 through July 31, 2005(PDF 357KB)

March 9, 2005
National Gallery of Art Terrace Café Offers Weekend Brunch During Toulouse-Lautrec and Montmartre Exhibition(PDF 160KB)

April 8, 2005
Lichtenstein Family Donates 13 Drawings to National Gallery of Art in Memory of Art Collector Jane Meyerhoff; Drawings on View in East Building April 23-July 24, 2005(PDF 412KB)

May 4, 2005
National Gallery of Art Acquires Important Contemporary Works by Broodthaers, LeWitt, Morris, and Simpson(PDF 236KB)

May 9, 2005
Sharon Percy Rockefeller and John Wilmerding Elected to Board of Trustees of the National Gallery of Art(PDF 317KB)

June 3, 2005
National Gallery of Art, Washington, is Sole Venue for Restored Italian Renaissance Sculptures Two of Three Monumental Sculptures Travel for the First Time Outside of Florence (PDF 2.1MB)

June 7, 2005
National Gallery of Art's Calder Mobile Back on View Following Conservation Treatment(PDF 383KB)

June 9, 2005
Irving Penn's Mastery of the Platinum Print Explored in New Exhibition at the National Gallery of Art(PDF 326KB)

June 20, 2005
Great American Artist Winslow Homer is Surveyed in Exhibition of 50 Works; Opening July 3, 2005 at National Gallery of Art(PDF 360KB)

June 24, 2005
Festival of Film Preservation Features Screen Legends from John Wayne to Joan Crawford and Rarely Shown Works from Frank Capra to Jean Renoir(PDF 337KB)

June 29, 2005
Cézanne in Provence at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, and the Musée Granet, Aix-en-Provence, in 2006, Marks Centenary and Explores Great Artist's Ties to Birthplace(PDF 464KB)

July 1, 2005
Asher B. Durand's Kindred Spirits Goes on View July 1, 2005, on Loan to National Gallery of Art, Washington, from Walton Family Foundation(PDF 464KB)

July 11, 2005
College Students from Ten States, Seven Countries and Four Continents Awarded Summer Internships at the National Gallery of Art(PDF 476KB)

August 12, 2005
First International Exhibition of the Earliest European Prints on Paper Premieres September 4 at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 514KB)

August 12, 2005
The Prints of Félix Buhot: Impressions of City and Sea Presents a Master of Atmospheric Effects (PDF 341KB)

September 2, 2005
Rare Prints and Newly Acquired Painting by Audubon on View at the National Gallery of Art September 25, 2005 through March 26, 2006 (PDF 341KB)

September 6, 2005
Masterpieces of Illuminated Italian Manuscripts from Six Regions and Five Centuries on View in Multimedia Exhibition at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, September 25, 2005-January 2, 2006(PDF 436KB)

September 12, 2005
National Gallery of Art Fall Lecture Program Celebrates the Italian Renaissance(PDF 117KB)

September 12, 2005
National Gallery of Art is First and Only U.S. Venue for Still Lifes of Dutch Master Pieter Claesz September 18–December 31, 2005 (PDF 347KB)

September 30, 2005
Chronological Listing of 2005-2006 Fall and winter Lecture Series Program (PDF 3.2MB)

September 30, 2005
National Gallery of Art Announces 2005-2006 Concert Season (PDF 127KB)

September 30, 2005
The Sixty-Fourth Season of Concerts at the National Gallery of Art under the Direction of Stephen Ackert(PDF 217KB)

September 30, 2005
National Gallery of Art Unveils 2005-2006 Fall and winter Lecture Series Program (PDF 156KB)

September 30, 2005
Popular National Gallery of Art Ice-Skating Rink Opens Mid-November for Seventh Consecutive Year (PDF 103KB)

October 14, 2005
National Gallery of Art Celebrates the 2005 Holiday Season(PDF 126KB)

October 17, 2005
National Gallery of Art Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts Announces 2005-2006 Appointments(PDF 161KB)

October 19, 2005
Compelling Photographic Portraits in Nicholas Nixon: The Brown Sisters Opens November 13 at the National Gallery of Art(PDF 321KB)

November 4, 2005
National Gallery of Art Lends Art to Hong Kong and Seoul for the First Time with Exhibition of Works by Rothko; Co-Organized by Gallery and U.S. Department of State (PDF 124KB)

December 23, 2005
National Gallery of Art’s Recent 2005 Acquisitions Range from 15th to 21st Centuries and Include Major Modern and Contemporary Works Given by Edward R. Broida (PDF 144KB)

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