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Press Releases: 1995

January 1, 1995
Advance exhibition schedule(PDF 16.3MB)

March 13, 1995
Historic retrospective of art by James McNeill Whistler opens at National Gallery of Art, May 28, 1995(PDF 2.9MB)

March 15, 1995
Arshile Gorky's "Breakthrough" art on exhibition at National Gallery of Art May 7-September 17, 1995(PDF 3.4MB)

March 17, 1995
Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts names Arthur C. Danto as 1995 Mellon Lecturer; Series of six lectures begins March 19(PDF 1.5MB)

April 3, 1995
National Gallery's fifty-second American Music Festival features bluegrass, classical, and jazz April 23 through May 21, 1995(PDF 1.8MB)

April 19, 1995
National Gallery of Art book sheds new light on major paintings in its collection(PDF 2MB)

April 24, 1995
Major Retrospective Traces Evolution of Art by Mondrian Leading Pioneer of Abstraction at National Gallery of Art, June 11-September 4, 1995(PDF 3.3MB)

May 19, 1995
First exhibition devoted to masterpieces by Johannes Vermeer at National Gallery of Art, exclusive U.S. venue November 12, 1995-February 11, 1996(PDF 2.9MB)

May 23, 1995
Renowned American artist James McNeill Whistler celebrated in four exhibitions in the nation's capital(PDF 1.5MB)

May 23, 1995
Prints by James McNeill Whistler and His Contemporaries opens Sunday, June 18, 1995, National Gallery of Art(PDF 1.9MB)

May 26, 1995
National Gallery acquires major photography collection; Rare masterpieces on view, September 10-December 31, 1995(PDF 2.1MB)

June 1, 1995
National Gallery acquires important works by Jean Dubuffet from the Stephen Hahn Family Collection(PDF 1.7MB)

June 10, 1995
National Gallery 1995 summer film season begins June 10 featuring films by Michelangelo Antonioni and Suzuki Seijun and great silent-era films presented in live concert(PDF 2.2MB)

June 30, 1995
Recently acquired major prints, drawings, and photographs on view at NGA July 2-December 31(PDF 1.8MB)

June 30, 1995
Marc Chagall's fanciful early graphics works showcased at National Gallery of Art July 2-December 31(PDF 1.8MB)

July 20, 1995
National Gallery receives major grant to establish the J. Paul Getty Fund for the Franklin D. Murphy Collection(PDF 1.7MB)

August 1, 1995
Advance exhibition schedule(PDF 21.5MB)

August 7, 1995
Masterworks from the acclaimed Chatsworth Collection of Drawings on view at the National Gallery of Art October 8-December 31(PDF 2.8MB)

August 22, 1995
National Gallery to open Micro Gallery on October 29. Thousands of images and information available at the touch of a screen(PDF 3.2MB)

August 25, 1995
Exhibition of rare masterpieces reveals beauty and magic of photography's first century; at National Gallery September 10-December 31, 1995(PDF 2MB)

August 25, 1995
Breadth and mastery of Winslow Homer's art on exhibition at the National Gallery of Art, October 15, 1995-January 28, 1996; Passes required on weekends and holidays(PDF 3.8MB)

August 25, 1995
Definitive book on Winslow Homer's extraordinary achievements to be published by the National Gallery of Art(PDF 1.4MB)

September 8, 1995
Influential works by Jean Dubuffet to be installed as part of National Gallery Permanent Collection on September 17; Selected from recent Stephen Hahn family gift(PDF 2.2MB)

September 8, 1995
National Gallery exhibition to present selections from exceptional Woodner Collections of Master Drawings(PDF 2.9MB)

September 11, 1995
John Singleton Copley's brilliant career in England highlighted at the National Gallery of Art with masterworks of portraiture and history painting(PDF 3.3MB)

September 11, 1995
National Gallery of Art inaugurates 54th concert season on October 8 with program honoring 2 exhibitions(PDF 4.5MB)

September 15, 1995
Passes required on weekends and holidays for Winslow Homer; Daily for Johannes Vermeer(PDF 1.3MB)

September 19, 1995
New Dutch cabinet galleries return visitors to seventeenth-century Holland and Flanders; Open September 24 with works by Brouwer, Vermeer, and others(PDF 2.9MB)

September 19, 1995
National Gallery of Art announces first major catalogue on its seventeenth-century Dutch paintings(PDF 1.5MB)

September 22, 1995
National Gallery CASVA names 1995-1996 Samuel H. Kress Professor [David R. Coffin] and twenty-eight fellows(PDF 3.1MB)

September 22, 1995
Updated Release: National Gallery exhibition to present selections from exceptional Woodner Collections of Master Drawings(PDF 3.7MB)

September 30, 1995
National Gallery of Art receives new gift from collections of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mellon(PDF 2MB)

October 15, 1995
Sandra Masur to head the National Gallery of Art's Corporate Affairs Office(PDF 1.2MB)

October 16, 1995
National Gallery of Art Collectors Committee selects Cy Twombly's Untitled (Bolsena) for its twentieth anniversary addition to the modern collection(PDF 2.6MB)

November 20, 1995
Celebrate the 1995 holiday season at the National Gallery with festive music, gifts, tours, and more(PDF 2.1MB)

November 24, 1995
National Gallery to extend weekend hours for visitors to view the extraordinary art of Johannes Vermeer(PDF 1.5MB)

December 4, 1995
Nineteenth-century Paris depicted in The Art of Louis-LĂ©opold Boilly: Modern Life in Napoleonic France opening at the National Gallery of Art on February 4, 1996(PDF 3.2MB)

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