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PRINT Summer 1964

The UCLA Art Galleries

THE UCLA ART GALLERIES have presented major one-man exhibitions in the past ten years or so. The most important among them were: “John Marin,” “Dove,” “Sheeler,” “Picasso,” “Lipchitz,” “Hofmann,” and “Morris Graves.” They were conceived as broad appraisals of the work of important artists of our time. In addition, the Galleries have presented exhibitions which dealt with a whole period. These have included a large exhibition of “Primitive Art,” one of “French Masters—Rococo to Romanticism,” “Spanish Masters,” and several major exhibitions devoted to drawings and prints.

The most important among future one-man exhibitions will be a Stuart Davis retrospective in the Fall of 1964, and a Matisse retrospective in the spring of 1966 which will include many important works belonging to the Matisse family that are unknown in this country.

The theme exhibitions will include “The Banquet Years” (early

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