|291. Frederick A. Miller Collection|
| 292. Silversmithing: Raising a Free Form Bottle |
In 1967, Frederick Miller and John Paul Miller produced Raising a Free Form Bottle, a film on the fabrication of one of Miller’s silver bottles. Originally filmed without sound Miller later collaborated with the Society of North American Goldsmiths to add the narration featuring his
| 293. Contemporary Silversmithing:The Stretching Method |
Starting in the late 1940s, the precious metal company Handy & Harman produced instructional films on silversmithing to spark interest in the medium. Miller probably watched 1948’s Handwrought Silver featuring fellow silversmith William E.
|294. Matisse and Verve|
| 295. Benkaim Collection |
This page includes PDF copies from the following volume, which is part of the Ingalls Library Collection:
|296. Margaret Bourke-White: Industrial Pictorialist|
| 297. The Way We Were |
Built when the City of Cleveland was coming of age, the museum is a physical manifestation of the hopes and dreams of a community hungry for access to arts and culture. It was by design that the art museum and other cultural institutions were built within walking distance of each other.
| 298. Monday Table Tabled |
Today marks the end of an era as the final iteration of the Monday Table is taken down and shelved.
| 299. Wikipedia Welcomes Frederic Allen Whiting |
Students in the museum studies class of the CMA/CWRU joint program in art history and museum studies have spent the past year researching the museum’s first director, Frederic Allen Whiting.
| 300. The Lure of Ancient Egypt: Formation of the Egyptian Collection |
Discoveries of Egyptian antiquities fueled interest in Europe and America as early as the 18th century.