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Press Releases: 1992

January 3, 1992
National Gallery exhibition probes the mysteries of The Saint Anne Altarpiece(PDF 2.6MB)

January 5, 1992
John Singer Sargent's El Jaleo opens at the National Gallery of Art on March 1, 1992(PDF 2.1MB)

January 7, 1992
National Gallery of Art receives more than 2000 gifts in its 50th anniversary year. Latest donations include six major private collections and important works by Rodin, Houdon, Castiglione, Caro, Francis(PDF 8.3MB)

January 15, 1992
Käthe Kollwitz exhibition opens at National Gallery on May 3, 1992(PDF 2.2MB)

January 15, 1992
Homage to Jacques Callot at the National Gallery spotlights the Baroque artist's splendid prints(PDF 1.6MB)

January 24, 1992
J. Carter Brown retires as director of National Gallery of Art(PDF 4.5MB)

February 1, 1992
Advance exhibition schedule(PDF 14MB)

February 18, 1992
National Gallery celebrates 400th anniversary of Guercino's birth with two major exhibitions(PDF 4MB)

February 21, 1992
Fourth annual Teacher Institute at National Gallery this summer(PDF 2.2MB)

March 14, 1992
National Gallery spotlights works by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner as part of German cultural festival(PDF 5.9MB)

March 16, 1992
National Gallery presents 49th American Music Festival(PDF 2.5MB)

April 3, 1992
Käthe Kollwitz exhibition opens at National Gallery on May 3, 1992(PDF 19.1MB)

April 3, 1992
A tribute to Germany under the patronage of the Federal Republic of Germany at the National Gallery of Art Käthe Kollwitz May 3, 1991-August 16, 1992(PDF 1.6MB)

April 3, 1992
National Gallery of Art to premiere outstanding art of the American Indian frontier, May 24(PDF 3.2MB)

April 3, 1992
National Gallery spotlights works by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner as part of German cultural festival(PDF 2.5MB)

April 28, 1992
Board of Trustees elects Earl A. Powell III new Director of the National Gallery of Art(PDF 4.1MB)

May 21, 1992
Stieglitz in the Darkroom examines the master photographer's printmaking art(PDF 4MB)

June 1, 1992
New guides to the National Gallery permanent collection offer a variety of tours to reinstalled galleries(PDF 2.9MB)

June 4, 1992
National Gallery of Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art to present landmark exhibition of classical sculpture from fifth-century B.C. Greece. Kritios Boy among objects to be loaned for first time(PDF 6MB)

June 11, 1992
National Gallery acquires rare sculpture by Joan Miró [Personnage Gothique, Oiseau-Eclair](PDF 2.4MB)

June 11, 1992
National Gallery announces extended Friday hours and offers evening activities this summer; An array of special exhibitions and programs await visitors(PDF 4.8MB)

June 11, 1992
National Gallery reinstalls West Building collection; History of art gains fresh dimension(PDF 14MB)

June 11, 1992
National Gallery announces new acquisitions of paintings by Monet and Braque from Coberly estate(PDF 2.5MB)

June 17, 1992
National Gallery installs grand new sculpture in front of the East Building [Tony Smith's The Snake is Out](PDF 2.4MB)

July 2, 1992
Summer film series features Washington premiere of Cage/Cunningham and Retrospective of works by Polish director Andrzej Wajda(PDF 3.2MB)

July 2, 1992
Summer slide lectures at the National Gallery explore All Cities Great and Small(PDF 1.5MB)

July 15, 1992
National Gallery presents pivotal art from Ellsworth Kelly's early years in France, 1948-1954(PDF 2.5MB)

July 22, 1992
National Gallery to organize exhibition of rarely seen paintings from Barnes Collection(PDF 2.5MB)

July 27, 1992
National Gallery acquires previously unknown drawing by Watteau; On public view in Dürer to Diebenkorn through September 7(PDF 2MB)

August 17, 1992
World Premiere of "The Dream Wanderer" to be Performed in Honor of The Greek Miracle on November 22(PDF 1.3MB)

September 2, 1992
National Gallery of Art acquires new kinetic sculpture [George Rickey's Cluster of Four Cubes](PDF 3.1MB)

September 29, 1992
Contemporary drawings and prints at the National Gallery reveal entire groups of related works(PDF 1.8MB)

October 8, 1992
Edgar Peters Bowron named Senior Curator of Paintings at National Gallery of Art(PDF 2.3MB)

October 23, 1992
WGTS-FM to broadcast National Gallery of Art Sunday evening concerts beginning November 1(PDF 1.5MB)

October 23, 1992
National Gallery of Art announces holiday hours(PDF 943KB)

October 30, 1992
1992 Collectors Committee gifts announced(PDF 2.5MB)

November 2, 1992
Copley masterpiece [Watson and the Shark] to be examined in National Gallery exhibition, opening January 17(PDF 2.5MB)

November 10, 1992
Holiday events scheduled at the National Gallery(PDF 1.7MB)

December 3, 1992
World tour of Great French Paintings from the Barnes Foundation to premiere at National Gallery of Art, May 1993(PDF 7.8MB)


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