|271. Duchamp and Chess|
| 272. Electronic Resources: Index Islamicus |
Welcome to a new monthly blog series which will focus on electronic resources in the Ingalls Library collection.
|273. E is for Earlier Times...|
|274. A Winter Sky, by George Inness|
|275. On the Anniversary of Pearl Harbor|
| 276. Electronic Resources: Art Sales Catalogues Online and Lugt's Répertoire Online |
Frits Lugt, an art collector and scholar, was born in 1884 in the Netherlands and received early training at the renowned Amsterdam auction house of Frederik Muller.
| 277. Musical Arts and the Museum |
Much like Themes and Variations explores music’s representations in art from the fifteenth century through the twentieth, the Performing Arts, Music & Film Department of the museum has long explored musical styles from around the world and throughout history.
|278. The Burlington Magazine online|
| 279. Magazine Rack: Curatorial Publications and Objects in Print |
The Ingalls Library collection includes approximately 1,200 currently received periodical titles. That is quite simply, an overwhelming number.
| 280. The Thinker Bombing, Forty-Five Years Later |
At approximately 12:44am on March 24, 1970 University Circle Police responded to a loud explosion emanating from the vicinity of the Cleveland Museum of Art. Witnesses later reported hearing the explosion from over two miles away, certainly close enough to wake then museum director Sherman Lee at his home in Cleveland Heights. Upon arriving at the museum he found the museum’s iconic sculpture the Thinker had been blown off the pedestal on which it had sat for fifty-three years by a pipe bomb. In addition to considerable damage to the legs of the sculpture, shrapnel from the explosion scarred the marble columns and front door of the museum.