Charles Loring Elliott, Portrait of Matthew Vassar, 1861

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Vassar to Survey a Major American Artist's Deeply Personal Yet Grand-Scale Work, in the Exhibition Jim Dine Prints: 1985-2002

Since the 1960s, artist Jim Dine has transformed the images of familiar, everyday objects into powerful evocations of a range of emotions, including loss, longing, joy and wonder. His fascination with such commonplace things as bathrobes, hand tools, and hearts has found ready expression in the medium of printmaking, to which he has been devoted since the beginning of his career.

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Vassar announces the acquisition of a major cubist painting by Pablo Picasso to the collection of the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center

Vassar College is delighted to announce the acquisition by its Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center of an important late Cubist painting by Pablo Picasso, Glass, Guitar and Musical Score (winter 1922-23), as a gift of Virginia Herrick Deknatel, class of 1929, in honor of Frances Daly Fergusson, Vassar's President. Fergusson recently announced that she will step down after 20 years as president.

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