2008 UW-Madison Art Department faculty exhibition catalogue.

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Published by Chazen Museum of Art in Madison .

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  • University of Wisconsin--Madison. -- Dept. of Art -- Faculty -- Exhibitions,
  • Art, American -- Wisconsin -- Madison -- 21st century -- Exhibitions,
  • College teachers as artists -- Exhibitions

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ContributionsChazen Museum of Art.
LC ClassificationsN6535.M33 A17 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24058388M
ISBN 101933270004
ISBN 109781933270005
LC Control Number2007046571

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Publisher: The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin SystemThe Chazen Art Museum Place of Publication: University Ave. Madison, Wisconsin Series. years of Wisconsin printmaking. Stevens, Andrew, () 19th & 20th century art from collections of alumni & friends: inaugural exhibition, September 11 - November 8,Elvehjem Art Center.

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The Department of Art History’s award-winning faculty produce cutting edge research and teach innovative classes which prepare our students to thrive in contemporary society. The department encourages the study of the global history of art, and material and visual culture, from a wide range of periods and a variety of world cultures.

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