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The Charlotte Dorrance Wright Collection

December 16, 1978–January 21, 1979

In December, an exhibition was opened of the works of art bequeathed to the Museum by Charlotte Dorrance Wright. This collection gave the Museum seven flower paintings by Fantin-Latour, the first Gauguin to enter the collection, a group of eleven paintings by the English animal painter Munnings, a Degas, the beautiful Monet view of Antibes, three Pissarros, and a Sisley. These works, recorded in the catalogue by Donald Rosenthal, Assistant Curator of European Painting, who also installed the exhibition, gave Museum visitors a great deal of pleasure.

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