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May 2 – August 16, 2015

This exhibition is the culmination of the Curating, Collecting and Connoisseurship seminar taught under the tutelage of Dr. John T. Spike.  Fifth in the series, students have the opportunity to step into the role of exhibition curators as they select prints and drawings from the permanent collection. 

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The Muscarelle Museum of Art is proud to host the Haukohl Family Collection, the largest and most important private collection of Florentine Baroque paintings in the United States.
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  • Current Exhibitions @ The Muscarelle

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    Curators at Work V

    May 3, 2015

    May 2 – August 16, 2015

    This exhibition is the culmination of the Curating, Collecting and Connoisseurship seminar taught under the tutelage of Dr. John T. Spike.  Fifth in the series, students have the opportunity to step into the role of exhibition curators as they select prints and drawings from the permanent collection. 

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    Twilight of a Golden Age: Florentine Painting After the Renaissance

    February 24, 2015
    The Muscarelle Museum of Art is proud to host the Haukohl Family Collection, the largest and most important private collection of Florentine Baroque paintings in the United States.
  • Upcoming Events @ The Muscarelle

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    Selected Topics in Architecture: Time Out of Line: the Artist and the Architectural Model

    Carolyn Yerkes, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Art & Archaeology, Princeton University In this session, we will explore the historical episodes when architectural models were the subject of art works. What role did models play in Renaissance architecture, and what can these models tell us about the process of design? Prints, paintings, and drawings of models invite us to tackle these issues, by bringing to the fore a new corpus of images. Drawings of models also present problems of representation: when and how did artists begin to survey architectural models, and why did they consider them a suitable subject for portraiture? Answers to these questions help us to drill deeper into problems of artistic process during the Renaissance. May 5, 2015 at 6:00PM Sheridan Gallery
  • Art Newspaper

    The Art Newspaper

    May 14, 2015
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    New Website Launched!

    October 17, 2014

    We’ve built a new site over the past few months and are excited to share it! Visitors can now access and search selected works from our online Collections database and we’ve reorganized and redesigned our site for ease of use and efficiency.

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