| 51. The Ingalls Library is on Facebook |
With the unveiling of the collections in the East Wing of the Museum fast approaching, events in and around the opening are lining up. Certainly it can be hard to keep up. If you take a minute to become a fan of the the
| 52. Art and Power in the Central African Savanna |
As Art and Power in the Central African Savanna closes in the Cleveland Museum of Art's special exhibition space, visitors are reminded that the Ingalls Library maintains copies of every catalog for every exhibition we present.
|53. Kate Greenaway's Birthday Book for Children|
|54. the Best Kept Art-Secret for Art Lovers|
|55. American Art Auction Catalogues 1785-1942|
| 56. J’aime les ventes! |
Lunch, for me, is a salad and an armful of auction catalogs. Christie’s, Sotheby’s, Bonhams and other international houses crowd the shelves of our Recent Acquisitions area – jewels in Paris, furniture in Amsterdam, or Old Master paintings in London, one can hardly believe the offerings available on the market today.
|57. Continuous Mile by Liza Lou|
| 58. Frits' Frames |
In a tiny jewel of a publication lies a concept developed by curator Willem van Zoetendaal -- "to confront period frames with modern photography." Frames revisited: masterpieces of Dutch portrait photography shown in antique frames from the Frits Lugt Collection is an "Exposition-dossier VII" project undertaken by the Neerlandaise Fondation in collaboration with Fondation Custodia in Paris.
| 59. Past & present: The Royal Academy of Arts, London |
Hidden in the stacks of the Ingalls Library is a real gem, a complete run of the original exhibition catalogues of London's Royal Academy of Arts. Founded in 1768 under the patronage of George III to promote arts and design, the Academy produced printed salon catalogues beginning in 1769.&n
| 60. the Space Sale |
In celebration of the 40th anniversar