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[[underlined]]MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE - THE CURRIER GALLERY OF ART[[/underlined]] [[underlined]]Prints by Rouault[[/underlined]] from the George Binet Print Collection. 30 prints including illustrations of the religious theme "La Passion" and the colorful "Cirque" series. November 3rd to 24th. [[underlined]]NOTRE DAME, INDIANA - UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME,[[/underlined]] Department of Architecture [[underlined]]"UAM-France 1952".[[/underlined]] For full description see listing under CHICAGO - UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. December 1st to 21st. [[underlined]]PHILADELPHIA, PA - PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMY OF THE FINE ARTS[[/underlined]] [[underlined]]International Exhibition of Watercolors and Graphics[[/underlined]] organized in collaboration with the cultrual services of 21 countries. The French artists represented are: Raoul Dufy, Fernand Leger, Matisse, Picasso, de Segonzac and Giacommetti. To November 23rd. [[underlined]]PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM OF ART[[/underlined]] [[underlined]]Sculpture of the 20th century[[/underlined]] - a retrospective exhibition covering the last 50 years of American and European sculpture, organized by the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Among the works presented are: "Balzac" by Rodin, "Jeanette V." by Matisse, Picasso's "Woman's Head", Maillol's "Young Cyclist", "Standing Woman" by Lachaise and others. Through December 7th. [[underlined]]GEORGES DE BRAUX GALLERY[[/underlined]] One-man show by [[underlined]]Theo Kerg[[/underlined]], French contemporary painter, sculptor and engraver. [[underlined]]PITTSBURGH, PA - CARNEGIE INSTITUTE[[/underlined]] [[underlined]]International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting[[/underlined]] 24 countries are represented by 305 paintings which were selected by a Jury of Award composed of two critics and two artists, one of whom was the French painter Jean Bazaine. The second prize was award to [[underlined]]Marcel Gromaire[[/underlined]] (France) for his painting "Landscape" and [[underlined]]Alfred Manessier[[/underlined]] (France) received an Honorable Mention for his work "Games in the Snow". [[underlined]]RICHMOND, VA. - RICHMOND MUSEUM[[/underlined]] Exhibition of the collection recently donated by the late Mr. and Mrs. Adolphe C. Williams and including paintings by Corot, Greuze, Nattier, Vigee-Lebrun as well as several Gobelin tapestries. November. [[underlined]]TOLEDO, OHIO - MUSEUM OF ART[[/underlined]] announces the opening of a new gallery devoted to French 17th and 18th century painting. Among the works shown are oils by Le Nain, Claude Lorrain, David, Delacroix, Courbet, Nattier and Lesueur. Open to the public starting November 2nd. -5-
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