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Press Releases: 1983

January 4, 1983
Distinguished architectural historian [Vincent Scully] to give 1983 Andrew W. Mellon Lectures (PDF 2.6MB)

January 7, 1983
West Building's new ground floor goes on view (PDF 6.8MB)

January 27, 1983
Paul Mellon gives ninety-three works of art to the National Gallery (PDF 13.1MB)

February 25, 1983
Sidney J. Freedberg named chief curator at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.2MB)

March 2, 1983
Leonardo horse drawings from Windsor Castle to premiere at the National Gallery in 1985 (PDF 693KB)

March 24, 1983
The John Hay Whitney Collection goes on view at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 3.9MB)

April 1, 1983
Rarely seen graphic works to change regularly in the National Gallery of Art's drawings gallery (PDF 2.2MB)

April 4, 1983
National Gallery of Art acquires major painting by Max Ernst [A Moment of Calm] (PDF 1.5MB)

April 7, 1983
Advance Exhibition Schedule (May 1983 through February 1984) (PDF 2.8MB)

April 28, 1983
Andrew W. Mellon film now available through National Gallery's Department of Extension Programs (PDF 1.5MB)

May 11, 1983
The Prints of Lucas Van Leyden and His Contemporaries at National Gallery of Art (PDF 3.1MB)

May 13, 1983
Exhibition of Night Prints opens in National Gallery's West Building ground floor galleries (PDF 2.0MB)

May 27, 1983
Advance Exhibition Schedule (continued) (September 1983 through February 1984) (PDF 2.0MB)

June 13, 1983
Arp: The Dada Reliefs at National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.1MB)

June 13, 1983
Five Surrealists from the Menil Collections on view at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.8MB)

June 21, 1983
Four scholars named to board of Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts [Dore Ashton, James Cahill, Alfred Frazer, and Craig H. Smyth] (PDF 1.9MB)

June 22, 1983
Visiting senior fellows appointed by Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (PDF 1.5MB)

June 23, 1983
1983-1984 fellowships awarded by Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (PDF 4.2MB)

June 30, 1983
Gainsborough Drawings at National Gallery of Art (PDF 3.5MB)

July 18, 1983
Treasures of Aztec Mexico at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 4.0MB)

July 29, 1983
Juan Gris Retrospective at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.0MB)

August 2, 1983
Distinguished Canadian art historian [Philippe M. Verdier] named Kress Professor at the National Gallery (PDF 1.4MB)

August 18, 1983
Senior staff appointments at National Gallery of Art announced [Victor C.B. Covey, Chief Conservator Emeritus and Senior Conservator for special assignments; Nicolai Cikovsky, Jr., Curator of American Art; Ross Merrill, Chief of Conservation; and Susannah J. Fabing, Chief of Curatorial Records] (PDF 2.1MB)

August 23, 1983
Piazzetta: A Tercentenary Exhibition Drawings, Prints, and Illustrated Books at National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.1MB)

September 1, 1983
42nd season of Sunday evening concerts at the National Gallery begins October 2, 1983 (PDF 3.1MB)

September 1, 1983
Master Drawings from the Woodner Collection at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.9MB)

October 13, 1983
Leonardo's Last Supper: Before and After at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 1.9MB)

October 28, 1983
Visiting senior fellows appointed by Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts (PDF 1.5MB)

November 1, 1983
Advance Exhibition Schedule Winter-Spring 1983-1984 (PDF 3.1MB)

November 17, 1983
The Folding Image: Screens by Western Artists of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 3.3MB)

November 23, 1983
Modigliani: An Anniversary Exhibition at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 1.5MB)

December 23, 1983
Mark Tobey: City Paintings Four decades of stylistic development go on view at the National Gallery of Art (PDF 2.4MB)

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