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Rene D'Harnoncourt

Monday, October 23, 1967

As one of the most influential artists of the 20th century, Pablo Picasso is probably best known for his iconic paintings. It is in his sculpture however, that we may find the most evidence of his artistic process and development. In Head of a Woman (Fernande), (1909), for example, one ...

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Adelyn Breeskin and Donald Karshan

Thursday, October 19, 1967

The exact date of this episode is unknown. We've filled in the date above with a placeholder. What we actually have on record is: 1967-10-19 to 1967-10-25.

Mrs. Adelyn Breeskin, special consultant, National Collection and Donald Karshan, director, Museum of Graphic Art on Mary Cassatt Prints, Cooper-Union Museum exhibition.


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Education at the Met Museum

Monday, July 24, 1967

Before his retirement in 2005, Harry S. Parker, III sat at the helm of San Francisco’s largest public art institution, The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, where he directed the renovation and revitalization of its buildings and collections. Before that, he did much of the same for the Dallas ...

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The Early Works of Edward Hopper

Sunday, January 01, 1967

In these short clips, Views on Art host, Ruth Bowman, speaks with American painter and printmaker, Edward Hopper, about two of his earlier works of art.

Mention the name Edward Hopper and, for most, Nighthawks (1942) immediately comes to mind - a now iconic scene portraying the ...

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