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Exhibition - William Blake : [exhibition file]

File consists of records relating to the planning, and organizing of the exhibition 'William Blake 1757-1827', organized by the National Gallery of Canada and presented at Dalhousie Art Gallery in January 1970.

Records consist of correspondence of Evelyn Holmes (Acting Curator, Dalhousie Art Gallery), a photocopy of two newspaper clippings regarding the exhibition, and exhibition materials including a list of artworks, bibliography, exhibition description, biography of Blake, packing lists, an exhibition contract, a condition report, and a publicity draft.

Exhibitions 1961-62

File consists of records related to exhibitions held at the Dalhousie Art Gallery from 1961-1962.

Records consist of a clipping of a review titled 'Paintings by Lola Mould'; floor plan and photograph, exhibition text, and bibliography to accompany 'Contemporary Canadian Painting', loaned from the National Gallery of Canada; exhibition texts, lists of artworks, loan agreements, packing lists, itineraries for 'The Campaign in Northwest Europe', 'Sculpture Reproductions', 'Polish Posters', 'Maritime Art Association Exhibition', 'Highlights of American Painting', 'Contemporary Canadian Painting', and 'Kodachrome Slide Project'; handwritten notes; an information booklet; and exhibition entry forms for the 'Dalhousie Atlantic Award Exhibition'.

French paintings exhibition March 1971 : [exhibition file]

File consists of records relating to organization, planning, and preparation for the exhibition 'French Painting 1840-1924' organized and circulated by the National Gallery of Canada and presented at the Dalhousie Art Gallery in February and March of 1971.

Records consist of correspondence, condition reports from Dalhousie Art Gallery and others, accompanying texts for the exhibition including a bibliography, recommended film screenings, readings, and descriptive texts; an exhibition loan agreement, docent agreements, lists of artworks and biographical information, and a newspaper clipping.