Among the Ivy, A Most Important Museum

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Entrance to the Princeton University Art Museum
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Today’s Faculty Room in Nassau Hall once housed the University’s first museum, in which works of art, archaeology, and natural history were displayed side by side, ca. 1886
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Pierre Bonnard, French, 1867–1947, Bowl of Cherries,1920. Oil on canvas.
The Phillips Collection, Washington DC, Gift of Marion L. Ring Estate, 1987
© Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris.
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