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The National Gallery Of Art: What to See and How to See It

Mary Ann Sures

Presented at: IRM 1996

Date: Jun 29, 1996

Although this talk is designed for those planning to visit the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., it is of interest to museum-goers in general, potential and actual. First, Mrs. Sures suggests ways to make a visit to any museum interesting and enjoyable. She then presents some major works from the National Gallery of Art, including paintings by Leonardo, Raphael, Rembrandt, and Vermeer-along with selections from the French and American galleries. (Note: Mrs. Sures does not speak here as an official representative of the National Gallery of Art)


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