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Recent Acquisitions: Frans Hals, Portrait of a Man, 1640s

Hood Quarterly, spring/summer 2010

Frans Hals, an early-seventeenth-century Dutch painter, specialized in portraiture; his great success in Haarlem brought him many commissions. He was renowned for his portrayals of prominent civic groups and wealthy individuals.

Recent Acquisitions: Representations of The Circumcision by Dürer and Goltzius

France in Transformation: The Caricature of Honoré Daumier, 1833–1870

Hood Quarterly, spring/summer 2009
Abigail Weir, Curatorial Assistant

Félix de la Concha: Private Portraits / Public Conversations

Hood Quarterly, spring/summer 2009
Karen Miller, Exhibitions and Programs Coordinator

European Art at Dartmouth: Highlights from the Collection of the Hood Museum of Art

Hood Quarterly, winter 2009
T. Barton Thurber, Curator of European Art

European Art at Dartmouth: Highlights from the Hood Museum of Art

Hood Quarterly, autumn 2008
T. Barton Thurber, Curator of European Art

Alma-Tadema and Antiquity: Imagining Classical Sculpture in Late-Nineteenth-Century Britain

Hood Quarterly, summer 2008
T. Barton Thurber, Curator of European Art

Sean Scully: The Art of the Stripe

Hood Quarterly, winter 2008
Brian Kennedy, Director

Portrait of the Earl of Dartmouth Unveiled

Hood Quarterly, winter 2008

The Hood’s celebrated portrait of William Legge, the second Earl of Dartmouth (1731–1801), after whom the college was named, was unveiled during a ceremony with the Hood Museum of Art Board of Overseers in October with special remarks by Dartmouth College President James Wright and Jonathan L. Cohen D’61, T’61, chairman of the board.

Recent Acquisitions: Unknown Roman, St. Francis Borgia,  about 1700

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