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The North Carolina Museum of Art recently acquired one of its most important paintings, Pieter Aertsen's \"Meat Stall with the Holy Family Giving Alms\" (1551), a type of work known as a market-piece.
Lawrence J. Wheeler, new director of the North Carolina Museum of Art, has many goals, such as development of the museum's landscape, programming expansion, and upgrading technology.
Gordon Hanes of Winston-Salem, who generously funded the North Carolina Museum of Art's early growth and development, died August 31, 1995, at age 79. Hanes contributed over 130 art works and was a board member for eighteen years.
John Biggers, painter, sculptor, and the state's premier Afro-American muralist, is honored for his 55-year career by an exhibition of his works at the North Carolina Museum of Art.