Selected Works: Celebrating Twenty-Five Years in the Snite Museum of Art: 1980–2005

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From its earliest years, the University of Notre Dame has understood the importance of the visual arts to the academy. In 1874 Notre Dame’s founder, Rev. Edward Sorin, C.S.C., brought Vatican artist Luigi Gregori to campus. For the next seventeen years, Gregori beautified the school’s interiors—painting scenes on the interior of the Golden Dome and the Columbus murals within the Main Building.

Click on the PDF to the right to read more about the history of the Snite Museum. The 300-page publication includes color illustrations and brief essays of over 230 art objects in the permanent collection.

Soft-cover copies are available to current Friends of the Snite Museum at the $100 level  or above, or those who join or upgrade to the $100 level or above. To become a member, please contact the Friends Office at (574) 631-5516.

Download Selected Works catalog (9.5MB PDF).

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