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10448
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In this ongoing series of articles, Suberman discusses paintings and sculptures in the North Carolina Museum of Art. This month's work is a sculpture by Peter Koellin, The Madonna with the Protective Cloak, ca. 1471. The sculpture was donated to the museum by the RJ Reynolds Company of Winston-Salem in 1961.
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10453
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In this ongoing series of articles, Suberman discusses paintings and sculptures in the North Carolina Museum of Art. This month's work is the BANQUET OF CLEOPATRA, by the Venetian painter Giovanni Tiepolo. The painting was a gift to the museum by Mr. and Mrs. W. Lunsford Long, of Warrenton.
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10446
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In a new series of articles, Suberman discusses paintings in the North Carolina Museum of Art. This month's painting is Sir William Pepperrell and His Family by John Singleton Copley. The museum acquired the painting through the original 1947 appropriation by the North Carolina General Assembly.
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10452
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In this ongoing series of articles, Suberman discusses paintings and sculptures in the North Carolina Museum of Art. This month's work is a watercolor by Ernst Kirchner, titled FLOWERS, STILL LIFE.
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10450
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In this ongoing series of articles, Suberman discusses paintings and sculptures in the North Carolina Museum of Art. This month's work is a sculpture by Barbara Hepworth, titled CURLEW II-STRING FIGURE.
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10447
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In this ongoing series of articles, Suberman discusses paintings in the North Carolina Museum of Art. This month's painting is Francisco Goya's THE TOPERS. The painting was a gift to the museum by the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation of Winston-Salem.
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10449
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In this ongoing series of articles, Suberman discusses paintings and sculptures in the North Carolina Museum of Art. This month's work is a portrait of Lady Arabella Stuart, painted in 1590 by Marcus Gheeraerts.
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10451
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In this ongoing series of articles, Suberman discusses paintings and sculptures in the North Carolina Museum of Art. This month's work is ESTHER'S FEAST, painted by Rembrandt in 1626.
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10457
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In this ongoing series of articles, Suberman discusses paintings and sculptures in the North Carolina Museum of Art. This month's work is PEASANTS AT A ROADSIDE INN by Pieter Brueghel. The museum acquired this painting with funds from the 1947 General Assembly appropriation.
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10459
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In this ongoing series of articles, Suberman discusses paintings and sculptures in the North Carolina Museum of Art. This month's work is A VASE OF FLOWERS by Rachel Ruysch, the outstanding flower painter of the last period of Dutch 17th century art.
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10455
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In this ongoing series of articles, Suberman discusses paintings and sculptures in the North Carolina Museum of Art. This month's work is a portrait of King George III, by the American painter, Gilbert Stuart.
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