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National Gallery of Art

The Impressionists at Argenteuil
5/28/99 - 8/20/00

Come experience a taste of France in DC, more than 50 impressionists paintings by six influential artists- Eugene Boudin, Gustave Calliebotte, Edouard Manet, Claude Monet, Auguste Renoir and Alfred Sisley- explore fascination with Argenteuil, France, which became the inspiration for, and the subject of, many dazzling and progressive paintings of the day. For more information, call (202) 737-4215.


Tilman Riemenschneider: Master Sculptor
10/3/99 - 1/9/00

The first major survey of the career of Tilman Riemenschneider, active in Germany from 1483-1531. Exhibition includes more than 50 sculptures. National Gallery of Art, Fourth St. at Constitution Ave., NW. (202) 737-4215. Free.


Brassai: The Eye of Paris
10/17/99 - 1/16/00

This retrospective exhibition celebrates the centenary of the birth of Brassai with approximately 125 works. He is best known for the photographs he made of Paris at night in the late 1920s and early 1930s. National Gallery of Art, Fourth St. at Constitution Ave., NW. (202) 737-4215.


From Schongauer to Holbein: Master Drawings from Berlin
10/24/99 - 1/9/00

An unprecedented exhibition of treasured works of paper dating from 1465 to 1545 by many of the greatest Renaissance artists in Germany and Switzerland. Works are from two of the foremost collections of early German drawings in the world, the Print Room in Berlin and the Art Museum in Basel. National Gallery of Art, Fourth St. at Constitution Ave., NW. (202) 737-4215. Free.


Master Drawings from Basel and Berlin
12/24/99 - 1/9/00

From Schongauer to Holbein: Master Drawings from Basel and Berlin is an unprecedented exhibition of master drawings and watercolors by many of the greatest Renaissance artists in Germany and Switzerland. It will be on view in the National Gallery of Art's West Building - its only U.S. venue. This presentation of almost two hundred Renaissance works from 1465 to 1545 comes from two of the foremost collections of these drawings in the world, the Offentliche Kunstsammlung Basel and the Kupferstichkabinett, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin. The National Gallery of Art, located on the National Mall at Fourth St. and Constitution Ave. NW, is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free. For general information, call (202) 737-4215.


Martin Johnson Heade
2/13/00 - 5/7/00

Approximately 60 paintings by Martin Johnson Heade, one of the most inventive and creative artists of the 19th century, are on display. National Gallery of Art, Fourth St. at Constitution Ave., NW. (202) 737-4215.


Martin Johnson Heade
2/13/00 - 5/7/00

Approximately 60 paintings by Martin Johnson Heade, one of the most inventive and creative artists of the 19th century, are on display. National Gallery of Art, Fourth St. at Constitution Ave., NW. (202) 737-4215.


Carleton Watkins: The Art of Perception
2/20/00 - 5/7/00

Approximately 125 works by the celebrated 19th-century American photographer, including his magnificent mammoth-plate prints as well as his panoramic and stereo format photographs, are part of the first major exhibition of his work in almost 20 years. National Gallery of Art, Fourth St. at Constitution Ave., NW. (202) 737-4215. Free.


Carleton Watkins: The Art of Perception
2/20/00 - 5/7/00

Approximately 125 works by the celebrated 19th-century American photographer, including his magnificent mammoth-plate prints as well as his panoramic and stereo format photographs, are part of the first major exhibition of his work in almost 20 years. National Gallery of Art, Fourth St. at Constitution Ave., NW. (202) 737-4215. Free.


The Ebsworth Collection
3/5/00 - 6/11/00

Collector Barney A. Ebsworth has assembled one of the premier groups of American modernist art, comprised primarily of oil paintings, with a small number of exceptional sculptures and works on paper. The exhibit is located in the National Gallery of Art, West Building, 4th & Constitution Avenue, NW, call (202) 737-4215 for more information.


 

 

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