Turning Points in Old Master Collecting, 1830–1940

thumbnail of the symposium's program: the program is white wiht black and red text stating the title, date, and where the symposium is to take place.

In collaboration with the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, whose President Marilyn Perry has offered invaluable advice and support, the Center's first symposium "Turning Points in Old Master Collecting, 1830-1940" was presented on May 19, 2007. Keynote speaker Neil Harris shaped the issues and led a discussion surrounding turning points in art collecting from 1830 to 1939 with special emphasis on changing trends in collecting old master paintings.

For more information, including synopses of the presentations, click here.