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Press Releases: 1993

January 1, 1993
The Great Age of British Watercolors 1750-1880 explores the history and power of the medium beginning May 9 at the National Gallery of Art(PDF 3MB)

January 4, 1993
Copley masterpiece examined in National Gallery focus exhibition(PDF 2.3MB)

January 8, 1993
Helen Frankenthaler: Prints premieres at National Gallery of Art, April 18-September 6, 1993(PDF 3.1MB)

January 15, 1993
The Great Age of British Watercolors 1750-1880 explores the history and power of the medium beginning May 9 at the National Gallery(PDF 3.2MB)

January 25, 1993
Author and advisory board [Barbara Buhler Lynes] named for Georgia O'Keeffe catalogue raisonné(PDF 3MB)

February 1, 1993
Advance Exhibition Schedule (PDF 11.5MB)

February 1, 1993
National Gallery invites applications for 1993 Teacher Institute(PDF 1.5MB)

February 3, 1993
World tour of Great French Paintings from the Barnes Foundation to premiere at National Gallery of Art(PDF 5.3MB)

February 15, 1993
A collector's choice drawings exhibited at the National Gallery from March 7 to August 15, 1993(PDF 3MB)

March 9, 1993
National Gallery of Art acquires nineteenth-century American masterpiece [William M. Harnett's The Old Violin](PDF 4.9MB)

March 30, 1993
50th annual American Music Festival features world premiere and Charlie Byrd trio April 18 through May 9, 1993(PDF 3MB)

April 1, 1993
Philip Conisbee named Curator of French Paintings at National Gallery of Art, Washington(PDF 2.8MB)

April 6, 1993
The Age of the Baroque in Portugal opens at the National Gallery of Art on November 7, 1993(PDF 3MB)

April 7, 1993
Mark Rosenthal named Curator of Twentieth-Century Art at National Gallery of Art(PDF 2.1MB)

April 22, 1993
Rare paintings by French artist Georges de la Tour paired in focus exhibition at the National Gallery(PDF 3.2MB)

April 27, 1993
National Gallery announces extended summer hours for Great French Paintings from the Barnes Foundation: Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, and Early Modern(PDF 3.8MB)

May 21, 1993
National Gallery of Art presents American Art videodisc, first to use digital images(PDF 2.4MB)

June 18, 1993
Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts announces 1993-1994 appointments(PDF 3.8MB)

June 18, 1993
Legendary silent films with live music appearing at National Gallery in July(PDF 1.7MB)

July 1, 1993
First major traveling exhibition of Audubon watercolors will premiere at the National Gallery(PDF 3.4MB)

July 26, 1993
National Gallery concerts rebroadcast on WGTS and WETA August through October, 1993(PDF 2.4MB)

August 1, 1993
Advance exhibition schedule(PDF 19.3MB)

August 16, 1993
Fifty-second season of concerts at National Gallery begins October 3, 1993(PDF 4.6MB)

August 17, 1993
Lovis Corinth prints and drawings presented for first time at National Gallery(PDF 2.4MB)

August 18, 1993
New book by Jack Flam unlocks the mysteries behind Matisse's Dance Murals(PDF 3.2MB)

September 10, 1993
National Gallery celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with programs on Picasso and activities and events for all ages(PDF 4.5MB)

September 15, 1993
First major traveling exhibition of Audubon watercolors premieres at the National Gallery(PDF 3.5MB)

September 15, 1993
Portuguese lend celebrated coach to National Gallery of Art for The Age of the Baroque in Portugal November 7, 1993-February 7, 1994(PDF 3.2MB)

September 17, 1993
La National Gallery of Art celebrara el Mes de Herencia Hispana con un programa dedicado a Picasso y con actividades y eventos para todas las edades(PDF 6.2MB)

September 23, 1993
Giambologna's masterful Cesarini Venus is restored for exhibition in Rome and Washington, opens at National Gallery of Art September 26(PDF 3.9MB)

September 27, 1993
National Gallery of Art installs major landscape painting by Italian master Bernardo Bellotto(PDF 3.3MB)

September 28, 1993
Alan Shestack named Deputy Director of the National Gallery of Art(PDF 3.4MB)

September 29, 1993
Board elects new chairman [Ruth Carter Stevenson], president [Robert H. Smith] and two new trustees [Robert F. Erburu and Louise W. Mellon]. Franklin D. Murphy and John R. Stevenson retire as chairman and president of Board of Trustees(PDF 3.3MB)

October 18, 1993
Update Release: Os Portugueses Emprestam Coche Famoso à National Gallery of Art a Exposiçao do A Épocà do Barroco em Portugal em Exhibiçao de 7 de Novembre de 1993 a 6 de Fevereiro de 1994(PDF 3.3MB)

October 18, 1993
Update Release: A Primeira Grande Exposiçao de Arte a See Enviada de Portugal Sera Inaugurada a 7 de Novembro na National Gallery of Art(PDF 4MB)

November 5, 1993
1993 Collectors Committee gifts announced(PDF 2.4MB)

November 8, 1993
Willem de Kooning: Paintings featuring major work in the artist's career opens at the National Gallery on May 8, 1994(PDF 3.2MB)

December 3, 1993
Woodner Family donates nine more old master drawings to National Gallery of Art; Gallery announces exhibition of works from Woodner Family Collection in 1995(PDF 4.6MB)

December 9, 1993
Art of Renaissance portrait medals is revealed at National Gallery of Art January 23-May 1, 1994(PDF 3MB)

December 10, 1993
Egon Schiele premieres at the National Gallery of Art February 6 through May 8, 1994(PDF 3.7MB)

December 13, 1993
Renowned German masters featured in National Gallery book on distinguished collection of German paintings(PDF 3.8MB)

December 29, 1993
Hans Memling's panel paintings presented together for first time in sixty years; Raphael's Saint George and the Dragon highlighted.(PDF 2.9MB)

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