Contributed by FDAC Board Member Sharifa T. Lookman ’17 One of the most important things I have learned as an art history major is that reproductions of artwork, whether in books or online, will never capture even a fraction of an artwork’s identity. A reproduction can’t convey the physicality of an object, especially its size, […]
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Contributed by FDAC Board Member Sharifa T. Lookman ’17 Recently the Wesleyan University Davison Art Center was given seven photographs by the influential American photographer and teacher, Harry Callahan (1912-99). Callahan is best known for his precise prints that quote the everyday: a window, a cityscape, or a woman’s face mid-speech, but with an […]
An early 19th century lithograph by Francisco Goya from the Davison Art Center collection is part of an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston entitled “Goya: Order and Disorder” that opened October 12 and runs through January 19. It is the largest Goya exhibit in North America in 25 years. To learn more please […]