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Rembrandt’s Century

Herbst Exhibition Galleries
January 26, 2013June 2, 2013

Drawing largely from the world-renowned collection of works on paper in the Fine Arts Museums’ Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, this exhibition examines a wide range of artworks from the 17th century. Complementing the upcoming Girl with a Pearl Earring at the de Young, opening in January 2013, Rembrandt’s Century sheds light on a fascinating roster of artistic personalities, both famous and forgotten, of the late Mannerist and Baroque eras.

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The catalogue is published with the assistance of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Endowment for Publications.

Rembrandt's Century

Left: Lambert Doomer (Dutch, 1624–1700), Salt Flats at Le Croisic, ca. 1671–1673. Brown ink and brown and gray washes on ledger paper mounted on cream laid paper. L12.7. Right: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn (Dutch, 1606–1669), Self-Portrait Drawing at a Window, 1648. Etching, drypoint and burin. 1959.40.19

Girl with a Pearl Earring: Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis

Herbst Exhibition Galleries
January 26, 2013June 2, 2013

The de Young and Girl with a Pearl Earring will be open on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27, from 9:30 am–5:15 pm.

The de Young will be the first venue in the American tour of paintings from the Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis, The Hague. This jewel box of a museum, housing one of the world's most prestigious collections of Dutch Golden Age paintings, has not lent a large body of works from its holdings in nearly 30 years. An extensive two-year renovation makes this extraordinary opportunity possible.

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Adults $25, seniors 65+ $22, students with current ID $21, youths 6–17 $15, members and children 5 and under free.

Groups of 10 or more have access to priority booking and private tours. Contact the group sales office at groupsales@famsf.org or 415.750.3620.

This exhibition is organized by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco with gratitude for exceptional loans from the collection of the Mauritshuis, The Hague.

Major Patrons
Penny and James George Coulter
David Davies and Jack Weeden
Cynthia Fry Gunn and John A. Gunn
J. Burgess and Elizabeth B. Jamieson
 
Opening Week Major Patron
Diane B. Wilsey
 
Major Sponsor
The Bernard Osher Foundation
 
Benefactors
The Selz Foundation, Inc.
The Richard C. von Hess Foundation
 
Patrons
Phoebe Cowles and Robert Girard
 
Sponsors
Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton
The Netherland-America Foundation
Greta R. Pofcher
 
Media Sponsors
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KOIT 96.5FM
 
Community Partners
Ghirardelli Chocolate Company
SFMTA
 
Supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and Humanities.  The catalogue is published with the assistance of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Endowment for Publications. Generous support is also provided by the Ross Auxiliary of the Fine Arts Museums and the Mildred Antrobus Charitable Remainder Unitrust. 
Girl with a Pearl Earring (detail)

Johannes Vermeer, Girl with a Pearl Earring (detail), c.1665. Oil on canvas, 44.5 x 39 cm. Inv. no. 670 FRI

Real to Real: Photographs from the Traina Collection

June 9, 2012September 16, 2012

Drawing upon the dynamic collection of San Francisco native Trevor Traina, this exhibition consists of approximately 100 works made by some of the pre-eminent artists working in photography this past century. While the core of the Traina collection embraces the documentary impulse in photography, it also tracks the medium’s full-blooded absorption into the world of contemporary art.

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Sotheby's

Real to Real

Left: Roe Ethridge, Thanksgiving 1984 (Green Dress), 2009. Chromogenic print. 44 x 33 inches. Courtesy of the artist and Andrew Kreps Gallery. Right: Ryan McGinley, BMX, 2000. Chromogenic print 32 3/4 x 42 inches Courtesy of the artist and Ratio 3, San Francisco

Arthur Tress: San Francisco 1964

March 3, 2012June 3, 2012

In the summer of 1964, San Francisco was ground zero for an historic culture clash as the site of the 28th Republican National Convention and the launch of the Beatles’ first North American tour. In the midst of the excitement, a young photographer new to the city was snapping pictures not of the politicians or musicians but of the people in the crowds and on the streets. Arthur Tress, an accomplished American photographer, made more than nine hundred negatives in San Francisco during the spring and summer of 1964—among his earliest documentary work.

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This exhibition is organized by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

The catalogue is published with the assistance of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Endowment for Publications.

Arthur Tress

Left: Untitled (Coit Tower), Center: Untitled, Right: Untitled (Powell Street); all 1964

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