Bowdoin College Museum of Art - Gallery Talks

The original collection of European paintings, Old Master drawings, and family portraits given by James Bowdoin III and his family in 1811 and 1826 was housed in a sequence of different campus locations until The Walker Art Building was completed in 1894. A landmark building in the history of museum architecture in the United States, the Bowdoin College Museum of Art is one of the few remaining structures in which the architectural and decorative ideals of the late nineteenth century are so fully realized

Categories: Higher Education  |  Education
Inactive  |  38 - 72 min. |   Nov 27, 2014 at 03:10 AM10 Episode(s)
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