Stanford University will be given a significant donation of 121 paintings and sculpture, including some of the foremost examples of post-World War II American art, from a Bay Area family. With the addition of key works such as Jackson Pollock's "Lucifer" to its holdings, the gift places Stanford in the top-tier of universities with teaching museums. The donors, Harry W. and Mary Margaret Anderson of Atherton, Calif., and their daughter, Mary Patricia Anderson Pence, built a prominent ...
AWARD WINNERS IN PEACE ART COMPETITION ANNOUNCED
Release Date: 10 June 2011
The Harmony for Peace Foundation announced the winners of its inaugural International Peace Art Competition at an awards ceremony on Friday. Chihiro Kondo took top prize, winning $1,000, for “Love Wind,” a work of acrylic and Japanese paint on board. Her work and the works of the other ...
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