Opening on Sunday, November 10, Disembodied: Portrait Miniatures and Their Contemporary Relatives reawakens the spirit of these works, which are removed by hundreds of years from the hands into which they were originally placed.
We appreciate the support of museum members and donors in establishing endowments to support specific projects at the museum. We celebrated their generosity during an April 2012 reception in which the donors shared why their support of the museum was so important to their philanthropic activities.
By Eileen Sullivan
Kress Fellow in Paintings Conservation
The museum was given a grant last year by the Samuel Kress Foundation to fund the conservation of Paolo Veronese’s 1575 The Annunciation.
By Eileen Sullivan Kress
Fellow in Paintings Conservation
By Jim Engelmann
Designing an exhibition is all about the stuff – the cases, the walls, the graphics, the labels, the lights, and most of all the works of art – the things that people come here to look at. What are they? How many? How big? When will they be here? Are they fragile? Do these belong together or apart? … on and on and on.