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    Framework VII: Restoring the Boundaries

    Presented by at Smith College Museum of Art

    May 13 - November 6, 2011


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    Framework VII: Restoring the Boundaries

    "Framework VII" showcases this year's results of the Museum's frame conservation apprenticeship program. In this program, now in its seventh year, Smith College and other Five-College students are trained by Chief Preparator William Myers and Associate Director David Dempsey in the techniques of frame conservation. Featured in this installation is an historically accurate, Venetian-style frame created for Lorenzo Bellotto's "View of a Palace Courtyard" (1765). The frame was carved by Dimitrios Klitsas, master wood carver in Hamden, Massachusetts, and gilded by the students in the program. In addition, carefully conserved frames surround Pietro Longhi's "La Furlana" (18th century) and two paintings by Régis François Gignoux, "Italian Landscape" (1861) and "Autumn Landscape" (19th century).

    Image credit: Pietro Longhi. Italian, 1702-1785. "La Furlana," n.d. Oil on canvas. Purchased with the Drayton Hillyer Fund, 1947:2-1. Photograph by Petegorsky/Gipe


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    Elm Street at Bedford Terrace
    Northampton, MA 01063

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    $5 Adults
    $4 Seniors (65+)
    $3 Students (13+ with ID)
    $2 Youth (6–12)

    FREE: Members of the Museum; Smith College students, faculty, and staff; Five College faculty; any college student with ID; and children five and under. Immediate families of Smith faculty and staff are also admitted free. Free passes may be checked out at Forbes Library (20 West Street, next to Smith campus), at Lilly Library (19 Meadow Street, Florence, MA), or at a library with reciprocal borrowing privileges. Free to all on the second Friday of the month, 4–8 PM.


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