Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
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This first in a series of articles examining the contributions of donors to the North Carolina Museum of Art focuses on Robert F. Phifer and Gordon Hanes, two North Carolinians who generously funded the museum's early growth and development.
A study of the similarities between the work of Rembrandt and that of Jan Lievens. The North Carolina Museum of Art acquired four paintings thought to be Rembrandts; however, these paintings have now been attributed to Lievens.
Three paintings owned by the North Carolina Museum of Art are undergoing the restorative process.
An exhibition in North Carolina Museum of Art examines the range, functions, and styles of masks found throughout the Western Hemisphere dating to the Pre-Columbian period.