| 71. 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
| 72. the Space Sale |
In celebration of the 40th anniversar
| 73. 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.
| 74. 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?
| 75. 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).
|76. Charles Gwathmey|
|77. New Gallery Maps Tool|
| 78. Buckminster Fuller to Children of Earth |
Recently added t
| 79. 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.”
|80. Bulletin of the the Cleveland Museum of Art and Cleveland Studies in the History of Art on JStor|