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December 21st, 1998
A law partner and former HUD general counsel becomes a Trustee of Museum

December 17th, 1998
"Georgia O'Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz" will open at Museum on February 7, 1999

December 12th, 1998
Creative gifts are now available for purchase online via the Internet

December 5th, 1998
An important story of modern art is reconstructed in "Mad for Modernism: Earl Horter and His Collection," opening March 7, 1999

November 11th, 1998
An exhibition drawn from the acclaimed artist's personal collection provide insight into the creative process

October 27th, 1998
Museum publishes major volume to accompany a major retrospective

October 21st, 1998
Newly elected Trustees are Betsy Z. Cohen, Anthony P. Terracciano, Dr. Margaret C. Wang, and Dr. John T. Williams

Museum will present "Gherardo Starnina: Reconstructing a Renaissance Masterpiece" from December 17 through March 7, 1999

October 5th, 1998
Candlelight Evenings and Day Tours will welcome visitors from December 3 through December 9, 1998

September 29th, 1998
An exhibition featuring seven important video works of the 1990s will open October 6, 1998

September 24th, 1998
Paintings and drawings by inmates, on view in the Education Corridor beginning September 1, 1998, are part of a program now in its fifth year

September 18th, 1998
Britain's best-known designer will receive Collab's Design Excellence Award on November 11, 1998

September 11th, 1998
The Ambassador of France presents Anne d'Harnoncourt with the "Medaille des Arts et Lettres" at opening of Delacroix exhibition

August 11th, 1998
SOme 70 paintings and 40 works on paper by the great French painter will be on view from September 15, 1998, until January 3, 1999

August 7th, 1998
An exhibition assembles 57 works by Cornell and 32 by Duchamp and explores the artists' working relationship in depth for the first time.

July 16th, 1998
Sculpture and works on paper by one of the century's great sculptors will be on view behinning June 30

July 13th, 1998
An exhibition of works originally intended for domestic and village use includes many objects that are exhibited at the Museum for the first time.

June 22nd, 1998
An eclectic mix of films, performances, cuisine celebrates a diversity of exhibitions and collections at Museum

May 28th, 1998
Two books receive award in Museum Publications Design Competition

Program receives AAM's 1998 Award for Excellence in Programming

An exhibition comprising five distinct virtual galleries includes three-dimensional representations of famed Brancusi sculpture.

May 22nd, 1998
Two milestone anniversaries occasion a Fleisher exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

May 21st, 1998
A annual fundraiser party at the Rodin Museum draws upon the allure of Rodin's Paris

May 2nd, 1998
Juried by distinguished experts, the annual craft show is set for October 29 through November 1.

April 29th, 1998
Etchings are drawn from the Muriel and Philip Berman Gift of European Prints, many of them on view for the first time

Works by high school students will be on view in Museum's Education Corridor beginning April 24

A grant of $120,000 will support the exhibition devoted to artist's later career

April 15th, 1998
The collection of H. Richard Dietrich, Jr. and the Dietrich American Foundation, will be on view beginning April 17

April 12th, 1998
Exhibition will give Museum visitors a first comprehensive look at one Mexico's most celebrated photographers working today

April 8th, 1998
An exhibition of 125 woodblock prints honor's the bicentennial of the Japanese artist's birth

April 1st, 1998
Three hundred fruit skins, stitched and ornamented, compose a work that evokes meditation on loss and mortality

March 19th, 1998
"From the Sculptor's Studio: Italian Baroque Terracottas from The Hermitage" will open on May 16, 1998

The Museum acquires the surviving copper etching plates of preeminent American modernist dating from 1908 until 1951

March 17th, 1998
A journey across the United States by motor home will be followed by two-week residency at the Museum

The supporters' second annual ball is set for Saturday, March 28

March 4th, 1998
A wide array of public programs expand upon an exhibition including some 300 works

An exhibition of rare works sheds new light on the Netherlandish master

February 25th, 1998
A bold portrait by an African American master conveys the artist's kinship with the gifted young writer

February 3rd, 1998
The Park House Guides serve up a new celebration of "Historic Houses in Flower"

February 2nd, 1998
The museum and its French garden serve as inspiration to the new theme of the annual Philadelphia Flower Show

January 30th, 1998
With 30 years of corporate experience, Robert T. Rambo will succeed retiring John A. Sergovic

A choice exhibition includes major loans of seldom lent masterpieces

January 13th, 1998
An exhibition offering an authoritative view of an exciting but under studied field will open on March 10, 1998


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