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Hood Museum of Art
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Outgoing Loans

July 1, 2008-June 30, 2009

Attendance figures in parentheses.

Asterisk indicates that exhibition not complete; attendance will appear in the 2009-10 annual report.

1. Bruce Museum of Arts and Science, Greenwich, Connecticut
           Phenomenal Weather
           March 8-November 30, 2008
           2002.1.35430, 2002.1.35434, 2002.1.35461, 2002.1.35560
           (67,000 attendance)

2. Moderna Museet, Stockholm
           Time & Place: Los Angeles 1957-1968
           April 10, 2008-June 1, 2009
           P.976.281, Edward Ruscha, Standard Station
           (36,179 attendance)

3. Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, South Carolina
           Landscape of Slavery: The Plantation in American Art
           May 9-August 3, 2008
           P.986.77.2, Romare Bearden, Mecklenburg County: High Cotton Mother & Child
           (8,985 attendance)

4. Cornish Colony Museum, Windsor, Vermont
           The Power of Place: Paintings That Define the American Image
           May 24-October 26, 2008
           P.950.73, Maxfield Parrish, Hunt Farm (Daybreak)
           (2,100 attendance)

5. Fondation Beyeler, Riehen/Basel, Switzerland
           Fernand Leger: Paris-New York
           June 1-September 7, 2008
           W.971.40, Fernand Leger, Divers
           (60,000 attendance)

6. Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, Vermont
           Mary Cassatt: Friends and Family
           June 14-October 26, 2008
           PR.954.20.113, Mary Cassatt, Head of Roberts, Aged Seven
           (115,500 attendance)

           Mary Cassatt: Friends and Family then traveled to the National Museum of Women in the Arts
           November 21, 2008-January 25, 2009
           (11,000 attendance)

7. New York State Historical Association, Cooperstown, New York
           Of, By, and For the People: The Folk Art of Presidential Elections
           September 20-December 31, 2008
           167.66.21135, Unknown, American/New England, Campaign Banner
           For the Whigs of Lyme, NH
           (9,416 attendance)

8. Pinacotheque de Paris
           Pollock and Shamanism
           October 10, 2008-January 25, 2009
           2006.93, Jackson Pollock, Untitled (Bald Woman with Skeleton),
           D.986.8, Jackson Pollock, Untitled (Number 37)

9. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
           Pompeii and the Roman Villa
           October 19, 2008-March 22, 2009
           P.961.125, Lawrence Alma-Tadema, The Sculpture Gallery
           (351,987 attendance)

10. National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, D.C.
           Fritz Scholder: Indian/Not Indian
           November 1, 2008-August 16, 2009*
           P.986.77.6, Fritz Scholder, Drunken Indian in Car

11. The Montreal Museum of Fine Art
           Kees Van Dongen
           January 22-April 19, 2009
           W.940.43, Kees Van Dongen, Saucisse and Pepino
           P.960.104, Kees Van Dongen, , Tangiers, Morocco
           (66,100 attendance)

           Saucisse and Pepino then traveled to the Museo Picasso, Barcelona
           June 10-September 18, 2009*

12. Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Nashville, Tennessee
           Paint Made Flesh
           January 23-May 10, 2009
           P.985.31, Ivan Albright, The Vermonter
           (53,442 attendance)

13. The Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, Massachusetts
           Race to the Top: Arctic Inspiration 1909 & Today
           January 24-May 17, 2009
           163.47.15161, 168.94.24455, 180.29.25951, 46.17.9660, 54.67.13226
           (12,317 attendance)

14. Kunsthaus Zurich
           Hot Spots: Rio de Janeiro/Milan-Turin/Los Angeles
           February 13-May 3, 2009
           P.976.281, Edward Ruscha, Standard Station
           (28,000 attendance)

15. The Montreal Museum of Fine Art
           Expanding Horizons: American and Canadian Painting and Photography: 1860-1918
           June 15-September 27, 2009*
           P.951.77, Lawren Stewart Harris, Lake Superior

16. Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis, Tennessee
           Bold, Cautious, True: Walt Whitman and American Art of the Civil War Era
           July 5-October 4, 2009*
           P.988.4, George Cochran Lambdin, In the Beech Wood

Last Updated: 12/21/09