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Letter from Thomas Moran to the National Gallery of Art’s Curator William H. Holmes regarding the National Parks exhibition / Thomas Moran

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Folder 107

Curatorial Remarks

The exhibition mentioned took place from January 2 - March 9, 1917, at the National Gallery in Washington, D. C. The two paintings lent by Moran were Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and Rocky Mountain Solitude. No further information as to date of the works or dimensions given. See Anderson, Nancy K. with contributions by Thomas P. Bruhn, Joni Louise Kinsey, and Anne Morand. Thomas Moran. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 1997, pg. 275.
Sandra Pauly, Luce Curatorial Scholar of American Art, 2022

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Title(s): 
Letter from Thomas Moran to the National Gallery of Art’s Curator William H. Holmes regarding the National Parks exhibition
Creator(s): 
Thomas Moran (Artist)
Culture: 
American
Date: 
1916
Materials/Techniques: 
pencil on paper
Classification: 
Object Type: 
Accession No: 
3827.814
Department: 
Not On View

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