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 Resource Type: Book
 Decade: 1930-1939
 Collection: Dallas Museum of Art Exhibition Records
Catalogue of the Exhibition of Art of the Americas: Pre-Columbian and Contemporary

Catalogue of the Exhibition of Art of the Americas: Pre-Columbian and Contemporary

Date: 1937
Creator: Dallas Museum of Fine Arts
Description: Catalog from the exhibition "Greater Texas and Pan American Exposition, Art of the Americas: Pre–Columbian and Contemporary," June 12–October 31, 1937, at the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts in Dallas, Texas. Includes: foreword, introduction, floor plan, essays, list of artists and artworks, selected images, exhibition lenders, museum staff [Texas Art section of the show featured a juried selection of artworks. Jurors: Donald J. Bear, Director, the Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado Frederick Browne, Artist and Teacher, Houston, Texas Xavier Gonzales, Artist and Teacher, Sophie Newcomb College, New Orleans, Louisiana]
Contributing Partner: Dallas Museum of Art
The Centennial Exposition: Catalogue of the Exhibition of Paintings, Sculptures, Graphic Arts

The Centennial Exposition: Catalogue of the Exhibition of Paintings, Sculptures, Graphic Arts

Date: 1936
Creator: Dallas Art Association
Description: Catalog from the exhibition, “The Centennial Exhibition of Paintings, Sculpture, and Graphic Arts," June 6–November 29, 1936, held at the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts. Includes: artists and artworks in the exhibition, essays, and images.
Contributing Partner: Dallas Museum of Art
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