Press Releases: 2010
November 16, 2010
Groundbreaking Information Revealed in First U.S. Exhibition and First Scholarly Catalogue on French Photographer Charles Marville at National Gallery of Art, Washington
October 1, 2012–January 6, 2013
November 12, 2010
Stellar Collection of Early American Furniture, Dutch and American Paintings, and Works on Paper Acquired by George M. and Linda H. Kaufman of Norfolk, VA, to be Given to the National Gallery of Art, Washington
November 1, 2010Ice Rink in National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Opens for 12th Season on November 13, Weather Permitting; A Wide Range of Skating Classes is Designed for All Ages; Free Hot Chocolate on Opening Weekend, November 13–14
September 16, 2010
Rare Arcimboldo Painting Acquired by National Gallery of Art, Washington, On View in First U.S. Exhibition Devoted to Artist's Composite Heads, September 19, 2010 through January 9, 2011
August 26, 2010
National Gallery of Art Announces 69th Annual Concert Season
June 25, 2010
Films at National Gallery of Art in Summer 2010 Heat Up with Phil Solomon, New Films from Mexico, Ciné-Concerts, and a Retrospective Look at Edith Carlmar, Film Noir, and the 1930s Docudrama The March of Time
March 23, 2010
United States Premiere Concert of Stephen Hough's Requiem Aeternam (after Victoria) and Catalunya Film Series—Both on Easter Sunday in Honor of The Sacred Made Real at the National Gallery of Art
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