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Press Releases: 1982

January 20, 1982
Rodin film premieres at National Gallery (PDF 1.5MB)

January 25, 1982
Four fellowships awarded by the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (PDF 1.8MB)

January 28, 1982
Rodin exhibition [Rodin Rediscovered] extended through April 11. New Rodin film to be shown daily (PDF 1.6MB)

January 28, 1982
Memorial exhibition to honor Lessing J. Rosenwald opens February 21 through May 9, 1982 (PDF 2.3MB)

March 1, 1982
First major El Greco exhibition [El Greco of Toledo] to open in Madrid in April (PDF 8.3MB)

March 18, 1982
Royal Picture Gallery, The Hague, Lends Rembrandts, Vermeer, Hals, other Dutch masters (PDF 2.8MB)

March 23, 1982
Drawings by Rembrandt, his contemporaries mark Netherlands-United States bicentennial (PDF 2.1MB)

April 12, 1982
Advance Exhibition Schedule: From September 1982 through January 1983 (PDF 4.5MB)

April 22, 1982
Critic, Renaissance scholar Leo Steinberg to give 1982 Andrew W. Mellon Lectures (PDF 2.0MB)

May 4, 1982
Modern Paintings from Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection begin U.S. tour at National Gallery May 30 (PDF 2.7MB)

May 13, 1982
John Wilmerding named successor to assistant director as of February 1 (PDF 2.1MB)

May 26, 1982
Eighteenth-century drawings from the collection of Mrs. Gertrude Laughlin Chanler at National Gallery (PDF 1.6MB)

June 16, 1982
El Greco exhibition begins U.S. tour July 2 at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 3.4MB)

July 20, 1982
Bellows Boxing Pictures to open at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.2MB)

August 10, 1982
Sixteenth-Century Italian Maiolica: Selections from the Arthur M. Sackler Collection and the National Gallery of Art's Widener Collection (PDF 2.0MB)

August 23, 1982
Comprehensive exhibition of Claude Lorrain (1600-1682) marks tercentenary of artist's death (PDF 2.2MB)

August 24, 1982
Prints and photographs of nineteenth-century France at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.2MB)

August 30, 1982
41st season of Sunday evening concerts at the National Gallery begins October 3 (PDF 4.1MB)

August 30, 1982
Press advisory [Press preview for Bellows and Maiolica exhibitions] (PDF 817KB)

September 8, 1982
National Gallery acquires first complete set of Picasso's bull prints in U.S. (PDF 1.5MB)

September 8, 1982
Braque: The Papiers Collés opens at the National Gallery of Art on October 31, 1982 (PDF 2.3MB)

September 16, 1982
1982-1983 fellowships awarded by Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (PDF 5.1MB)

September 16, 1982
Harold Edwin Wethey appointed National Gallery Kress Professor for 1982-1983 (PDF 1.9MB)

September 17, 1982
David Smith opens at the National Gallery of Art on November 7, 1982 (PDF 2.2MB)

September 24, 1982
Advance Fact Sheet West Building: The New Ground Floor (PDF 7.7MB)

September 28, 1982
Manet's Paris at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.7MB)

September 28, 1982
Press advisory [Press preview for Claude Lorrain exhibition] (PDF 801KB)

September 30, 1982
National Gallery's Center for Advanced Study receives endowment grant from Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (PDF 1.53MB)

October 21, 1982
Comprehensive exhibition of photographs by Alfred Stieglitz at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.9MB)

October 29, 1982
Special exhibition of Samuel F.B. Morse's Gallery of the Louvre at National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.2MB)

November 10, 1982
Exhibition at National Gallery of Art celebrates 500th anniversary of Raphael's birth (PDF 2.8MB)

November 15, 1982
First comprehensive exhibition of paintings by John F. Peto in thirty years at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.3MB)

November 29, 1982
17th-Century Paintings from Naples on View at National Gallery of Art (PDF 3.4MB)

December 6, 1982
Drawings from the Holy Roman Empire 1540-1680: A Selection from North American Collections (PDF 2.1MB)

December 9, 1982
Advance Fact Sheet [Mauritshuis: Dutch Painting of the Golden Age from the Royal Picture Gallery, The Hague] (PDF 2.1MB)

December 15, 1982
American Naïve Paintings: A permanent collection at the National Gallery (PDF 2.8MB)

December 28, 1982
National Gallery of Art announces major acquisitions [from collection of John Hay Whitney] (PDF 3.4MB)