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PRINT Summer 1964

The Pomona College Gallery

THE POMONA COLLEGE GALLERY has six to eight shows a year, each one running about four weeks.

One of these is of the permanent collection, which has grown substantially in the last few years through the generosity of a number of private collectors and through the gift of a group of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque Italian paintings by the Kress Foundation. Also, works are acquired with the proceeds of the print sale, held each year, the first Saturday in December, and offering original etchings and lithographs by the most famous modern masters.

The exhibitions are as diversified as possible in order to present a wide variety of styles and periods of art, and to show the works of the faculty and students themselves. Some of the more important shows have been:

1957 The Art of Greece and Rome

1958 Expressionism, 1900–1950

1959 The Stieglitz Circle

1959 The New York School

1960 The Object Makers

1961

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