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Press Releases: 2004

January 8, 2004
I.M. Pei's East Building of The National Gallery of Art Captures The AIA Twenty-Five Year Award for Architecture of Enduring Significance (PDF 181KB)

January 9, 2004
Popular Jazz Brunch Continues at the National Gallery of Art(PDF 103KB)

January 9, 2004
Special Installation of Mark Rothko's Mural Commissions on View at the National Gallery of Art; Gallery Celebrates Artist's Centenary(PDF 233KB)

February 4, 2004
Major Collection of 19th-Century American Art Opens May 9, 2004, at the National Gallery of Art(PDF 202KB)

March 2, 2004
National Gallery of Art Announces Important Works by Flavin, Eckersberg, Vernet, Weenix, Monnot, and Russell Among New Acquisitions(PDF 298KB)

March 5, 2004
National Gallery of Art's Margaret Parsons Receives D.C. Independent Film Festival 2004 Lifetime Achievement Award(PDF 157KB)

March 19, 2004
National Gallery of Art Announces Exhibition of Renowned Collection of Islamic Art July 18, 2004 through February 6, 2005(PDF 282KB)

April 1, 2004
National Gallery of Art Acquires Seminal Work by Bontecou and Works on Paper, Including Woodcuts by Shapiro(PDF 296KB)

April 13, 2004
Irving Lavin, Renowned Art Historian and Author, is Featured Speaker in National Gallery of Art's 53rd A.W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts(PDF 204KB)

April 23, 2004
National Gallery of Art's Calder Mobile Undergoes Conservation Treatment(PDF 385KB)

May 6, 2004
Art Scholar and Collector John Wilmerding to Donate Important Private Collection of 19th-Century American Art to National Gallery of Art(PDF 198KB)

May 18, 2004
Conceptual Work of Art in Progress at National Gallery of Art(PDF 390KB)

May 24, 2004
National Gallery of Art Salutes The Greatest Generation in Special World War II Display and Film Premiere(PDF 322KB)

May 25, 2004
Popular "Jazz in the Garden" Returns for Fourth Year in National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Every Friday, 5:00-8:00 P.M., June 4- September 3, 2004(PDF 352KB)

May 28, 2004
National Gallery of Art Celebrates 2,500th Concert on June 13, 2004(PDF 182KB)

June 10, 2004
Hudson River School Visions: The Landscapes of Sanford R. Gifford at the National Gallery of Art, June 27-September 26, 2004 (PDF 304KB)

June 22, 2004
National Gallery of Art Offers Summer Lecture Series on Landscape Painting(PDF 100KB)

July 13, 2004
National Gallery of Art Highlights Artistic Exchange Between Europe and the Islamic World in Conjunction with Opening of Islamic Art Exhibition(PDF 120KB)

July 13, 2004
National Gallery of Art Opens Exhibition Shop for Palace and Mosque: Islamic Art from the Victoria and Albert Museum(PDF 116KB)

July 22, 2004
Art of Martin Johnson Heade is First-Class Choice for USPS Postage Stamp [United States Postal Service news release](PDF 189KB)

July 28, 2004
Exhibition News Releases (PDF 619KB)

August 3, 2004
National Gallery of Art Provides Free-Loan Teaching Resources(PDF 100KB)

August 13, 2004
Major Exhibition of Victorian Photographer Roger Fenton Opens New Galleries for Photographs at the National Gallery of Art, Washington(PDF 267KB)

August 13, 2004
National Gallery of Art to Open New Galleries for Photographs this Fall (PDF 124KB)

August 25, 2004
National Gallery of Art Premieres First Comprehensive Retrospective of Renowned 20th Century Light Artist Dan Flavin(PDF 244KB)

September 10, 2004
National Gallery of Art Fall Film Program Offers a Tour of World Cinema(PDF 134KB)

September 23, 2004
National Gallery of Art Announces New Concert, New Start Time, and New Head of the Music Department(PDF 144KB)

September 28, 2004
National Gallery of Art's Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts Announces 2004-2005 Appointments(PDF 342KB)

October 15, 2004
National Gallery of Art Unveils Fall and Winter Lecture Series Program(PDF 171KB)

October 15, 2004
Paintings by Friedrich, De Witte, and Mangold, Whiteread Sculpture, Mantegna Engraving, and Rodchenko Photographs Among New Acquisitions Announced by National Gallery of Art (PDF 184KB)

October 15, 2004
Breakthrough Sculpture by Rachel Whiteread Acquired by National Gallery of Art(PDF 181KB)

October 20, 2004
National Gallery of Art Adds Foreign Language Tours in Chinese and Korean(PDF 333KB)

October 20, 2004
The National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Ice Rink Opens Mid-November for Sixth Straight Year(PDF 336KB)

October 29, 2004
Major Retrospective of André Kertész Opens February 6, 2005 at the National Gallery of Art(PDF 284KB)

October 29, 2004
National Gallery of Art Presents Major Exhibition of Works by Toulouse-Lautrec and Contemporaries that Capture Life of Parisian District of Montmartre at turn of 20th Century March 20–June 12, 2005 (PDF 402KB)

October 29, 2004
National Gallery of Art Celebrates French Art in 2005 and 2006(PDF 147KB)

November 3, 2004
National Gallery of Art Mounts First Major Exhibition of Dutch Master Gerard Ter Borch in the United States(PDF 357KB)

November 3, 2004
National Gallery of Art Reinstalls Dutch and Flemish Galleries and Announces Upcoming Dutch Exhibitions in 2005 and 2006 (PDF 144KB)

November 4, 2004
National Gallery of Art Showcases Finest Works on Paper in Six Centuries of Prints and Drawings: Recent Acquisitions November 14, 2004-May 30, 2005(PDF 464KB)

November 5, 2004
British Artist Andy Goldsworthy Creates Site-Specific Installation for National Gallery of Art's East Building (PDF 299KB)

November 30, 2004
The National Gallery of Art Celebrates Major New Book on its World-Renowned Painting Collection(PDF 151KB)

December 17, 2004
A New Book Impressionism, an Intimate View Provides Insight into Popular Collection at the National Gallery of Art(PDF 131KB)

December 17, 2004
Rembrandt's Powerful Late Portraits of Religious Figures Brought Together for First Time at National Gallery of Art, Washington (PDF 361KB)

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