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Checklist of Art Exhibition - 04/11/08 11:58 AM
Checklist of Exhibition Passport to Europe Six Centuries of Treasures from Museo de Arte de Ponce ITALIAN SCHOOL 62.0270 Luca di Tommé (Tuscany, active 1330-1389) Madonna and Child, mid to late 14th century tempera on panel 148.2 x 61.9 cm/ 58 3/8 x 24 3/8" Collection Museo de Arte de Ponce. Fundación Luis A. Ferré, Inc., Ponce, Puerto Rico Photo John Betancourt 62.0268 Jacopo di Cione (1320/30 Florence-ca. 1398) The Annunciation with Donor, late 14th century oil on panel 49 11/16 x 50 15/16" Collection Museo de Arte de Ponce. Fundación Luis A. Ferré, Inc., Ponce, Puerto Rico Photo John Betancourt (1 comments)
EXHIBITION OF EUROPEAN MASTERPIECES DEBUTS AT PHOENIX ART MUSEUM PRESS RELEASE. PDF PHOENIX (February 6, 2008) - On display for the first time in North America, Phoenix Art Museum presents Passport to Europe: Six Centuries of Treasures from Museo de Arte de Ponce an exhibition of 59 paintings spanning six centuries and nine nationalities. The traveling exhibition makes its U.S. debut on Sunday, April 6, and features exquisite examples of French Academic, Italian Baroque and British Victorian painting from the permanent collection of Museo de Arte de Ponce, in Ponce, Puerto Rico. Internationally recognized as an important center for European art from (0 comments)
According to a recent article in The Arizona Republic (Thursday, March 20, 2008), population gains in Maricopa County are moderating. So while we're still growing, we're not growing as rapidly.The article reports that Maricopa County added more people than any other county in the United States last year, swelling the population to almost four million people. Their figures were based on new population estimates by the U.S. Census Bureau. A net increase of about 102,000 people during 2006 and 2007 consisted of both births and people moving here. "About 40 percent of Maricopa County's new residents came from natural increase-the net gain (0 comments)
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