University Art

Some articles on art, arts, university, university art:

Maximilien Luce - Collections
... Art Institute of Chicago Cleveland Museum of Art Davis Museum and Cultural Center, (Wellesley College) Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Harvard University ...
Daidō Moriyama - Solo Exhibitions
... Ishii Gallery, Tokyo 2001 - Daido Moriyama Stray Dog, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, MA, travelling to Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, CA ...
Silpakorn University Art Gallery
... Silapakorn University Art Gallery is an art gallery and museum in Bangkok, Thailand ... It is located in a charming old building in Silpakorn University Art Center on the Tha Chang campus on Na Pralarn Road, directly north of the Grand Palace and south of Wat Mahathat ... Silpakorn University (also known as the University of Fine Arts) was founded in 1943 by Italian artist and sculptor Corrado Feroci, a native of Florence, Italy who became a naturalised ...
Richard De Vore - Collections
... at the following museum collections American Craft Museum, New york Arizona State University Art Museum Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, Arkansas Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Holland Butler ... Foundation, Los Angeles John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha Nebraska Kestner-Museum, Hanover, Germany Krannert Art Museum, University of Illinois ... de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota Mint Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina ...

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