| 331. Registrar's Office Loan and Editorial Photographs |
The Registrar's Office Loan and Editorial Photographs include images of May Show objects, objects lent for exhibitions, Cleveland art collections, Educational classes and programs, Cleveland views, Cleveland Museum of Art views, and artist portraits.
| 332. Inaugural Exhibition Posters |
The collection consists of four posters submitted by students of the Cleveland School of Arts to the museum under the auspices of Ralph King.
| 333. Salvador Dali and Atelier 17 |
The Print Club of Cleveland, the oldest museum affiliate group in the nation, has every year since 1924 issued an annual print exclusively for its members.
| 334. Magazine Rack: New Articles Hightlight Jazz Age Exhibition Coming to the Museum in September |
The Ingalls Library receives an astounding 1,200 periodical titles many of which feature articles about the museum and its collections, history, and activities as well as articles written by museum staff.
| 335. Dateline Cleveland |
Cleveland Museum of Art press releases dating from January 1950 through early March 2004 have been digitized by the museum archives and are now available online. The collection, documenting acquisitions, lectures, exhibitions, and other museum events, can be viewed on the Internet Archive at: https://archive.org/details/clevelandmuseumofartpressreleases. Over forty-five hundred press releases can be browsed by topic and searched by keyword or date by using the search this collection box.
| 336. Brand-New & Terrific: Books About Alex Katz in the Ingalls Library |
Brand-New & Terrific: Alex Katz books in the Ingalls Library.A post shared by Ingalls Library (@ingallslibrary) on May 19, 2017 at 11:58am PDT
| 337. Digitization Continues Apace |
Our new #SummerOnTheCuyahoga Intern for Digitization, Natalie Weiss, is already busy scanning May Show applications. A post shared by Ingalls Library (@ingallslibrary) on Jun 6, 2017 at 1:14pm PDT
| 338. Art, Spies, and CMA (Happy Birthday Nicolas Poussin) |
Sir Anthony Blunt, one of the most infamous spies of the 20th century, was also an expert on Nicholas Poussin. Sherman Lee, one of the most famous art museum directors of the 20th century, was also an expert at seeing the hidden value and authorship in a work of art. The two star in this fascinating story of how the museum acquired a masterpiece.
| 339. Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community @ MOCA Cleveland |
“the love hours...dedicated to every stitch.” ~ John Chaich
| 340. Sol A. Bauer Personal Papers |
This small collection includes images and inventories of artworks and a scrapbook documenting Mr. Bauer's exhibitions and awards. Additional information on the artist can be found in Ingalls Library clipping files and the museum archives May Show database.