| 71. Going Green – the Ingalls Library Recycling Initiative |
Our book sale group meeting ended today with a spirited discussion about green initiatives and the small monthly sale we maintain near the circulation desk. Besides books and auction catalogs, could we add book jackets and slipcase boxes?
| 72. Gauguin’s Fresco – A Tale of Discovery |
Gauguin’s 1889 fresco, Breton Girl Spinning can be seen in the final gallery of our exhibition Paul Gauguin: Paris, 1889. It was made as part of the “decorative ensemble” for the dining room of the Buvette de la Plage, an inn at the tiny seaside village of Le Pouldu, France.
|73. Typewriters, Notecards, Pardons|
|74. Season’s Greetings!|
|75. Gauguin’s Furniture – Missing Since 1960.|
|76. Pilkington's Dictionary of Painters|
| 77. Exposition Universelle de 1889 - Medallists |
The renaissance of engraved bronze medals in late nineteenth century France was meteoric and vast.
|78. Connections: Cleveland—New York|
|79. Going Green - by the Numbers|
| 80. Out of the Attic: Inventing Antiques in Twentieth-Century New England |
Author Briann Greenfield identifies her book as an examination of New England antique collecting and museum display in the first half of the twentieth century,