Visiting Masterpieces

The Steven and Dorothea Green Collection

Ambassador to Singapore Steven J. Green and his wife Dorothea have graciously loaned the IU Art Museum a selection of masterworks from their private collection. These six rare and important works of art range from sacred and secular paintings by seventeenth-century Dutch and Flemish masters to a beautiful French Impressionist landscape by Eugene Boudin, a pen and ink drawing by Paul Signac, and a major abstract oil on paper by Robert Motherwell.

We welcome these treasures to our museum, and we thank Ambassador and Mrs. Green for their generosity in sharing them with us. They will be on display in our first floor gallery of Western art until June 2001.

Dirck van Baburen: Christ among the Doctors Eugène Boudin: The River Touques in Summer Jacob Jordaens: Hippomenes and Atalanta

Robert Motherwell: Fishes with Red Stripe Paul Signac: Bridge over the River Seine Matthias Stomer: Adoration of the Christ Child

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