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Paintings Curatorial CounCil MeMbership
Proceeds from memberships, donations, travel contributions, and fund-raising activities add to the council’s discretionary fund. The fund supports the department’s mission to acquire art and to educate.
ThE PAInTIngS CuRATORIAL COunCIL hAS SuPPORTEd ThE fOLLOwIng ACquISITIOnS And SPECIAL PROJECTS:
Alfred Stevens, Belgian (1823–1906), Portrait of Mlle Dubois, 1884, oil on canvas, gift of funds from the Paintings Curatorial Council 2007 Germany trip members, the Paintings Curatorial Council’s George S. Keyes Discretionary Fund, and the Ethel Morrison Van Derlip Trust Fund 2007.45 (shown on cover)
Gift of funds toward the 2004 restoration of Erminia and the Shepherds, 1648, by Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri), Italian (1591–1666), oil on canvas, The William Hood Dunwoody Fund 62.12 (detail on flap)
Ben Nicholson, British (1894–1982), Project, 1943, oil and graphite on paper and board, gift of the Paintings Council in honor of Ingrid Lenz Harrison 2002.105
George Morland, British (1763–1804), Coast Scene with Fisherfolk, 1792, oil on canvas, Gift of the Paintings Council 2001.44
Henri Fantin-Latour, French (1836–1904), Portrait of the Artist Alphonse Legros, 1856, oil on canvas, bequest of Steven Zellmer and gift of the Paintings Council 2000.48
Gift of funds toward the 1999 restoration of The Immaculate Conception with Saints Francis of Assisi and Anthony of Padua, 1649–50, by Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione, Italian (1609–64), oil on canvas, The Putnam Dana McMillan Fund 66.39
Achille-Etna Michallon, French (1796–1822), The Fallen Oak Branch, Fontainebleau, c. 1816, oil on canvas, The Margaret G. Deal Fund and gift of the Paintings Council 98.34 (shown at far left)
Frame for The Prodigal Son, c. 1640, oil on copper by David Teniers, the Younger, Flemish (1610–90), gift of the Paintings Council in 1995
Jacob Jordaens, Flemish (1593–1678), Two Studies of the Head of an Old Man, c. 1630, oil on canvas, The Walter H. and Valborg P. Ude Fund and gift of the Paintings Council 93.53 (shown at left)
Frame for Six Tuscan Poets, 1544, oil on panel by Giorgio Vasari, Italian (1511–74), gift of the Paintings Council in 1992
Love paintings? Join fellow paintings aficionados to celebrate, support, and learn more about the superb quality and array of paintings held in the MIA’s permanent collection.
Founded in 1983, the Paintings Curatorial Council of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts supports the activities of the Department of Paintings and Modern Sculpture.
Council members gain greater personal knowledge of the history of European and American painting. At the same time, they enjoy a valuable opportunity to learn more about collecting, share their enthusiasm for paintings, and help to generate funds that will enrich the department’s collections.
Members of the council receive special invitations to lectures, tours, symposia, and travel opportu- nities. The council extends an open invitation to beginning enthusiasts and serious collectors alike to take part in its activities.
COunCIL mEmbERShIP bEnEfITS
• Guided personal tours of gallery collections • Special tours of traveling exhibitions • Visits to local art dealers • Lectures by scholars, artists, and educators • Travel opportunities, nationwide and abroad
AddITIOnAL bEnEfACTOR bEnEfITS
• Preferred-status travel reservations • Invitations to view private collections
Each year the Paintings Curatorial Council organizes a group trip for members, where participants visit museums, dealers, and private collections. Destinations have included Washington, D.C., Dallas/ Fort Worth, Los Angeles, New England, Canada, Paris, London, Maastricht, and Germany.
gEORgE S. KEyES dISCRETIOnARy fund
Contributions may also be made through the council to the George S. Keyes Discretionary Fund. Originally named the Paintings Council Discretionary Purchase Fund, the Keyes Fund was established in 1987 for the purpose of supporting acquisitions and non- operational activities of the Department of Paintings of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. To make a gift in honor of a special occasion, or in memory of a loved one, please include it with your membership or call (612) 870-3111.
The Paintings Curatorial Council