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Sunflowers
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April 14, 1975 - June 30, 1975
Determined to make a significant number of the Museum's treasures available to the public during the ten months that the Museum was closed in order to complete air-conditioning and renovations, some sixty works were installed at the Rodin Museum beginning April 15. S
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April 26, 1975 - May 25, 1975
Creating excitement during the Philadelphia Festival, a project of the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, was Seahorses, a dramatic draped fabric environment by artist Sam Gilliam.
La Première Pose
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February 18, 1975 - April 13, 1975
Howard Robert's nineteenth century American sculpture, La Première Pose, was the focus of an exhibition in the Armory from February 18 to April 13. Also on view were works by Thomas Eakins and William Rush.
The Massacre of the Innocents
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October 12, 1974 - February 18, 1975
A recently acquired masterpiece of the Baroque style in Europe, The Massacre of the Innocents, by the seventeenth century Neapolitan artist Massimo Stanzione, was the inspiration for a small didactic exhibition that also included drawings, and paintings by other seventeenth century Neapolitan artists.
Still Life with Goldfish
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October 30, 1974 - February 18, 1975
Displayed through December in the Special Exhibition Galleries were a group of major recent acquisitions in twentieth century art. Philip Pearlstein's Two Female Models with Drawing Table shared the spotlight with impressive works by Italo Scanga, Roy Lichtenstein, Sidney Goodman, Rafael Ferrer, and Walter Darby Bannard.
No. 22
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October 30, 1974 - February 18, 1975
The Albert M. Greenfield and Elizabeth M. Greenfield Collection is an exhibition of some fifty paintings, drawings, and sculptures by such artists as Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, and Larry Rivers, many previously unrepresented in the Museum's collections

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