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The Morgan Flagg Collection

October 18, 1997January 7, 1998

This exhibition features a selection of works from
the private collection of Morgan Flagg, Fine Arts
Museums Trustee, who over the past three decades
has built an extensive holding of contemporary
Bay Area art. Highlights of the show are a
group of works received in 1995 as a partial
gift, including major paintings by Elmer Bischoff, Joan Brown, Richard
Diebenkorn, Nathan Oliveira, Deborah Oropallo, David
Park, Wayne Thiebaud, and James Weeks.

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Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

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Interaction of Cultures: Indian and Western Painting(1780-1910)

February 7, 1998May 3, 1998

The Ehrenfeld Collection
This exhibition will feature approximately 95 works
from The Ehrenfeld Collection, one of the most important
private collections of Indian art in the United
States. The project encompasses the period from
1780 to 1910-from the time of the Mughal kingdoms
until well into the British "Raj." The first North
American exhibition to consider the artistic interaction
between these cultures, it will demonstrate the
artistic evolution in India of the non-Indian artist

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Peter Milton

February 28, 1998May 24, 1998

Selected Prints 1960-1997
Peter Milton has emerged as one of the most intriguing contemporary American printmakers and as a master of contemporary etching and engraving. His work displays his firm mastery of spatial arrangement and the handling of light and dark textures.

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Ancient Glass from the Holy Land

May 2, 1998August 16, 1998

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the state of Israel, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco present an exhibition of 250 ancient glass objects of extraordinary beauty. These vessels found in Israel span the period from the Bronze Age, dating from the 2nd millennium Before the Common Era (B.C.E.), to the Byzantine period, dating to the 7th century Common Era (C.E.). The exhibition, organized by the Fine Arts Museums in conjunction with the Israel Antiquities Authority, begins its American tour in San Francisco.

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Youth Arts Festival and Exhibition

May 6, 1998May 10, 1998

The 12th annual Youth Arts Festival and Exhibition showcases the visual and performing arts by San Francisco students in grades K-12. The celebration includes a student art exhibition in the de Young Museum, and choral, instrumental, and dance performances in the de Young Museum and Music Concourse. In addition, a variety of hands-on art activities will take place in the Music Concourse, Wednesday through Saturday. On Family Day, Saturday, May 9, there are special performances and activities for the entire family.

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John Steuart Curry

June 13, 1998August 30, 1998

Inventing the Middle West
Regionalist painting had three major exponents: Thomas Hart Benton, Grant Wood, and John Steuart Curry. With these two artists Curry led the movement to create and celebrate what he felt was an indigenous and democratic American art--

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Masterworks on Paper from the Collection of George Hopper Fitch

June 13, 1998September 6, 1998

The Fine Arts Museums are proud to celebrate the outstanding contributions to the museums by George Hopper Fitch, an ardent collector of works on paper and longtime trustee of the Fine Arts Museums, by exhibiting approximately 50 American and Mexican artworks collected by him. Over the years, Fitch has helped build the museums' collections both as a member of the museums' acquisition committee and through gifts to the museums from his personal collection.

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Plant Kingdoms: The Photography of Charles Jones

September 19, 1998December 6, 1998

The elegant vision of British still-life photographer Charles Jones (1866Š1959), whose work was only recently discovered, is finally shared with audiences through this exhibition of 59 gold-toned gelatin silver prints. A gardner by trade, Jones was at heart an artist and created an impressive body of work comprising of images of vegetables, fruits, and flowers. While his numerous photographs uncover both Jones's appreciation for nature and his artistic style, which exhibits elements of modernism, very little is known about his life or work.

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