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(Catalogue)May 9–August 18, 1991 Bridging the European and American visual traditions of the early 20th century, this American modernist’s oil and watercolor paintings reflect his involvements with cubism, fauvism, and the art of New Guinea.
Solveiga Rush, associate professor of art at the University of Cincinnati, acted as guest curator.
(Catalogue) September 19–October 27, 1991 The Tang dynasty (A. 618-906) has long been considered one of the most splendid in China’s long and turbulent history.
In this period of territorial expansion, China became, in its cultural, commercial, and religious contacts, more cosmopolitan than ever before.
And it nurtured a great flowering in the arts, especially ceramics.
The best-known Tang ceramics are tomb figures as seen in this exhibition.