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Egyptomania: 19th Century Depictions of Ancient Egypt
The Franco-Prussian War and Its Aftermath in French Art
Painting Pompeii: From Neoclassicism to the Néo-Grecs
The Spanish Orient and Henri Regnault (French, 1843–1871)
Women Artists Who Dared II: Jeanne Thil (French, 1887–1968) and Marie Hadad (Lebanese, 1889–1973)
Women Artists Who Dared I: Rosa Bonheur (French, 1822–1899) and Elizabeth Gardner Bouguereau (American, 1837–1922)
Peder Mork Mønsted’s (Danish, 1859–1941) Poetic Views of Nature
Category Archive for: ‘Gift Shop’
The institution devoted to 19th- and 20th-century European art has moved downtown, along with its chic gift shop. The eclectic space allows you to take a piece of art home via Charles Bargue lithograph prints ($180); books such as Nigel Spivey’s Greek Art ($30), which describes the extensive history of Grecian artistry; and intricately designed Syrian tables ($325–$550). The versatile store also sells handcrafted Parisian pillboxes ($48), multicolored recycled-glass bracelets ($20) and putti silk scarves ($65).
New York, NY—June 4 –The Dahesh Museum of Art, one of the most appealing museums ever to open in Manhattan, today announced that it has relocated the Museum Gift Shop and offices to 145 Sixth Avenue, between Dominick and Spring, in Hudson Square.