The Andy Warhol Foundation has recently made a gift of ten prints to the museum, thereby more than doubling our Warhol holdings. Now, in addition to the artist’s iconic images of Marilyn Monroe, Mick Jagger, and Campbell’s Soup, the museum owns vivid portraits of Chairman Mao, Goethe, Sitting Bull, Ingrid Bergman, and Queen Ntombi of Swaziland (one of Warhol’s Reigning Queens of the mid-1980s). So we’re exhibiting them beginning in January. Read more.
Anthony Grudin, Assistant Professor of Art History, Department of Art & Art History, University of Vermont
Chris Murray and Emmie Donadio
Pieter Broucke, Professor of History of Art and Architecture and Associate Curator of Ancient Art