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    Credits and Acknowledgments

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    Produced by the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts and the Office of Content Strategy, Publishing, and Branding, National Gallery of Art, Washington

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    Banner Image Credits

    Preface: View of the East Building Study Center looking west, with Frank Stella’s Prinz Friedrich von Homburg, Ein Schauspiel, 3X in the foreground

    Dean’s Report: Steven Nelson. Photo © 2020 Board of Trustees, National Gallery of Art, Washington

    People: Conservator Maggie Welling (left) leads a virtual tour of the photography conservation lab for the Center with the assistance of Caroline Marsh, regular meetings coordinator, October 2020

    Meetings: Jennifer L. Roberts prepares for the 70th A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Art Study Center at the Harvard Art Museums, February 2020. Photo: Stephen Creane

    Publications and Presentations: Edouard Manet, The Railway (detail), 1873, oil on canvas, National Gallery of Art, Washington, Gift of Horace Havemeyer in memory of his mother, Louisine W. Havemeyer, 1956.10.1

    Research Projects: View of the Mellon Fountain with the 6th Street entrance of the West Building in the background, 2021. Photo: Rob Shelley

    Research Associates’ Reports: View of the East Building 4th Street entrance, looking up with a detail of Henry Moore’s Knife Edge Mirror Two Piece in the foreground, 2021

    Members’ Reports: View of the East Building as seen from the National Mall, 2021

    Credits and Acknowledgments: Visitors in the French galleries, West Building, 2021