By Michael Conforti and Michael Cassin
Published on the occasion of the renovation and expansion of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in 2014, this extraordinary new book offers a fully-illustrated overview of the Clark's world-class collection of nineteenth-century European and American paintings, Old Master paintings, English and American silver, master drawings and prints, and early photography. This volume examines the broad collection and features iconic works by Edgar Degas, John Singer Sargent, and Winslow Homer. Insightful essays explore the Clark's origins, history, recent expansion, and the museum's ongoing commitment to research and art historical scholarship.
Michael Conforti is the director of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. Michael Cassin is the director of the Clark's Center for Education in the Visual Arts.
160 pages, 8 x 9
Published by Scala Art Publishers, London
ISBN 978-1-85759-890-2 (softcover)