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CAI: Journal of the Clark Art Institute, Vol. 5


$6.00 Softcover

Contents

Exceptional Gifts
By Beth Carver Wees
The former curator of decorative arts at the Clark remembers Morris and Libby Burrows and the extraordinary collection of American silver they left to the Institute

The Art of Diplomacy
A conversation with Elizabeth Rohatyn
The co-founder of FRAME (the French Regional and American Museum Exchange) shares her thoughts on this innovative organization and the importance of "cultural diplomacy"

An Odyssey of Painting
By Sarah Lees
The Clark's summer exhibition marks the culmination of a journey that began in southern France some 150 years ago

A Thoroughbred Collection
By Field Horne
A historian explores Sterling Clark's love of horses--from his breeding of champion racehorses to his extensive collection of equine art

From Sailing Ships to Dancing Cows
By Amy Herring
Family Days at the Clark attract thousands of visitors each summer, bringing glimpses of other times, places, and cultures to the Berkshires

Coast to Coast
By Mark Ledbury
The Clark's special partnership with the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles provides a unique opportunity for focused discussions between scholars on both coasts

For the Love of the Art
By Robert Slifkin
The author goes behind the scenes of the Williamstown Art Conservation Center, one of the nation's premier conservation facilities

56 pages, 9 1/2 x 12 inches
Full-color magazine
2004
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute

ISBN 0-931102-59-6 (softcover)

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