DePaul Art Museum > Exhibitions > Past Present: DePaul Builds An Art Collection
Barbara Morgan, Valerie Pettis, Desperate Heart, 1944. Silver gelatin print. Collection of DePaul University, gift of Lawrence Walner, 5833
Charles Gifford Dyer, From the Parthenon Down to the Sea, late 19th century. Oil on canvas. Collection of DePaul University, Anonymous gift, 5004
Bibiana Suarez, Manilo que huye valle (Fleeing the Arena), 1998. Pastel on paper. Collection of DePaul Art Museum, Anonymous gift, 1999.2
Organized around the gallery's principal functions of collecting, preserving, and interpreting works of art, this exhibition features DePaul University’s permanent collection and celebrates the generosity of donors who have played an important role in developing the collection.
Artists include: Giovanni Anselmo, Richard Banks, Lacy Barta, Claude Bently, Miriam Bloom, Alexander Calder, Giovanni Domenico Campiglia, Chryssa, William Conger, Francisco de Goya, Nicolas de Jesus, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Jules Dupré, Charles Gifford Dyer, Virginio Ferrari, George Gardner, Goff, Gordon Grant, Yuzō Hamaguchi, Thomas Hill, Howard Hodgkin, William Keating, Algimantas Kezys, Jacob Lawrence, Sir Peter Lely, Danny Lyon, Ronald Markman, Barbara Morgan, Richard Mteki, Diego Rivera, Seymor Rosofsky, William S. Schwartz, W. Eugene Smith, Bibiana Suarez, Julia Thecla, Mark Tobey, Anton Van Dalen, Charles Verlat, James Abbott McNeill Whistler, and Garry Winogrand.