San Diego Museum of Art
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San Diego, CA
American Artists from the Russian Empire, by Amy Galpin (11/23/09)
Jasper Johns' Green Angel: The Making of A Print; essay by Betti-Sue Hertz (1/29/07)
Annie Leibovitz: A Photographer's Life, 1990-2005 (1/18/07)
Winslow Homer-American Illustrator (8/29/06)
Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of the American Self (10/7/05)
Sandow Birk: Leading Causes of Death in America (8/6/05)
Maxfield Parrish, Master of Make-Believe (7/6/05)
San Diego Museum of Art Names Derrick R. Cartwright as Executive Director (4/28/04)
American Beauty: Painting and Sculpture from The Detroit Institute of Arts 1770-1920 (3/19/04)
A Tribute To Harry Sternberg (19042001) (2/4/04)
George Inness and the Visionary Landscape (10/31/03)
Mastering the Medium: American Watercolors from the Museum's Collection, 1870-1970 (10/29/02)
Frederick Carl Frieseke: The Evolution of an American Impressionist (7/6/01)
Grandma Moses in the 21st Century (4/24/01)
American Impressionists Abroad and at Home: Paintings from the Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (11/18/00)
Norman Rockwell: Pictures for the American People (9/23/00)
Eastman Johnson: Painting America (2/16/00)
Pacific Arcadia: Images of California, 1600-1915 (9/20/99)
Picturing Paradise: San Diego in the Eye of the Artist, 1875-1940 (9/20/99)
San Diego Museum of Art Names Dr. Don Bacigalupi as Next Director (4/8/99)
An American Pulse: The Lithographs of George Wesley Bellows (1/99)
First opened in 1926, the historic San Diego Museum of Art is the county's largest art institution. The museum's nationally renowned permanent collection includes European, American, Asian and contemporary art, most notably Spanish and Italian old masters, South Asian paintings, 19th- and 20th-century American paintings and sculptures, and works by contemporary California artists. In addition, the museum regularly features major exhibitions of art from around the world, as well as a year-round schedule of supporting programs and educational opportunities, providing a rich and diverse experience for more than 500,000 annual visitors. The museum islocated at 1450 El Prado in Balboa Park. Hours and admissions vary, depending on exhibitions. Please see the Museum's website for hours and admission fees.
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