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deYoung Articles

Thomas G. Fowler (1943–2006) spent decades gathering a comprehensive collection of works by indigenous artists from the Arctic; he generously donated this collection to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco through a...
Lewis K. Land (1904–1987) was a remarkable collector and businessman. From his early career in India and throughout a lifetime of wide-ranging interests, collecting became, for Land, a means of solidifying his varied...
 
 
The Caroline and H. McCoy Jones Department of Textile Arts contains more than 14,000 textiles and costumes from traditions around the world. A remarkable range of techniques is represented, including loom-woven textiles;...
The Arts of the Americas collection is comprised of a wide array of works made by indigenous artists from across the Western hemisphere. Ceramics, sculptures, and architectural remains provide a glimpse into the artistic and...
The de Young has exhibited Oceanic art since its opening in 1895. M. H. de Young and museum supporters purchased works from the California International Midwinter Exposition that still form the core of the Oceanic collection...
Since 1981, George and Dorothy Saxe of Menlo Park and San Francisco have formed one of the premier collections of contemporary craft in the United States. The Saxe Collection, containing works in glass, ceramic, wood, fiber...
The Watercolors for the Birds of America

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