| 71. the Space Sale |
In celebration of the 40th anniversar
| 72. Sherman E. Lee Exhibit in the Library |
In conjunction with the current exhibition, Streams and Mountains without End: Asian Art and the Legacy of Sherman E.
| 73. What’s American about American Art? |
The latest handbook from the Cleveland Museum of Art’s family of publications is Henry Adams’ What’s American about American Art?
| 74. Vase Bertin, Porcelain Masterpiece |
The East Wing’s decorative arts gallery glitters with silver and gold, glass and porcelain. Without a doubt, the star is the vase Bertin, a magnificent Sèvres porcelain likely to have been exhibited at the 1855 Exposition Universelle (Paris).
|75. Charles Gwathmey|
|76. New Gallery Maps Tool|
| 77. Buckminster Fuller to Children of Earth |
Recently added t
| 78. Massuchusetts Quilts: Our Common Wealth |
The earliest known American-made patchwork quilt is a handscreen, a type of small fire screen. That this little quilt still exists is incredible, author Lynne Zacek Bassett calls it, “merely a battered ghost.”
|79. Bulletin of the the Cleveland Museum of Art and Cleveland Studies in the History of Art on JStor|
| 80. Papermaking at Hayle Mill |
Some times a book is more than a book. That is the case with one of the latest acquisitions of the Ingalls Library, Papermaking at Hayle Mill 1808 - 1987. The impressive clamshell cased publication is an historical archive and treasure trove of papermaking history.