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Press Releases: 1946

January 26, 1946
[Group of masterpieces to be added to the Samuel H. Kress Collection will be placed on view] (PDF 3.3MB)

February 10, 1946
[Opening of small loan exhibition of The History of Medicine in Prints] (PDF 1.3MB)

February 16, 1946
[Opening of exhibition of Hogarth and Rowlandson Prints from the Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection] (PDF 1.5MB)

February 20, 1946
[Third American Music Festival] (PDF 1.5MB)

February 23, 1946
[Gift from Mrs. Barbara Hutton of four paintings by Canaletto] (PDF 1.4MB)

March 17, 1946
[Acquisition of painting Siegfried and the Rhine Maidens by Albert P. Ryder now part of the Mellon Collection] (PDF 1.4MB)

April 23, 1946
[Statement of David E. Finley, Director, National Gallery of Art, upon the death of Chief Justice Harlan F. Stone] (PDF 807KB)

May 10, 1946
Exhibition of original American watercolors for Latin America (PDF 4.2MB)

May 13, 1946
[Opening of photographic exhibition Fine Arts Under Fire] (PDF 1.8MB)

May 14, 1946
Statement by the American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of Artistic and Historic Monuments in War Areas, Owen J. Roberts, Chairman (2.5MB)

May 15, 1946
[Exhibition of American painting is on its way to the Tate Gallery in London] (PDF 14.2MB)

May 25, 1946
[Audubon Prints, "Birds of America" to be placed on exhibition] (PDF 1.6MB)

June 10, 1946
Statement by the American Commission for the Protection and Salvage of Artistic and Historic Monuments in War Areas, Owen J. Roberts, Chairman (PDF 2.2MB)

August 3, 1946
[Opening of exhibition Made in America] (PDF 797KB)

September 4, 1946
[Opening of exhibition American Etchings, Woodcuts and Lithographs in Memory of Addie Burr Clark (PDF 1.8MB)

September 21, 1946
[Opening of exhibition New Acquisitions in the Rosenwald Collection (PDF 2.1MB)

September 30, 1946
[Opening of exhibition Rodin: Sculpture, Drawings and Prints] (PDF 1.4MB)

November 26, 1946
[Opening of exhibition Paintings Looted from Holland by the Nazis, Returned through the Efforts of the United States Armed Forces, press release by Andrew Ritchie, director of the Albright Art Gallery, included] (PDF 3MB)

November 30, 1946
[Gift of Thomas Eakin's Monsignor Diomede Falconio from Stephen C. Clark] (PDF 1.5MB)

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