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 […]
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William Wegman’s Bat Bite, a photolithograph from 1990 (purchased by the Friends of the Davison Art Center in 1992), is featured in the current DAC show: Collecting Photographs: Ellen G. D’Oench and the Growth of a Collection. Thursday April 14 at 6pm the artist will present a lecture and book signing at the Wadsworth Atheneum […]
Sixteen people enjoyed a day at the Yale Center for British Art on Saturday April 2, 2011. The day began with a special tour of the Conservation Lab with Chief Conservator, Theresa Fairbanks Harris. She introduced paper and pigment and then demonstrated different conservation techniques to the group including microscopy, washing techniques, and black light. […]