RICHMOND, VA.- Virginia Museum of Fine Arts opened its permanent early 20th-century European art galleries on May 4, showcasing French and German art from the first half of the 20th century. The galleries, also known as the Deane Goodwin Galleries, are located on the Atrium level of the museum.
Its noteworthy that the galleries will house the collections of two visionary Virginia collections, Ludwig and Rosy Fischer and T. Catesby Jones, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Director Alex Nyerges said. Both collections represent internationally significant artists and open important dialogues with the Sydney and Frances Lewis Family collection of mid to late 20th-century art as well as the Lewis Art Nouveau and Art Deco Decorative Arts collection.
The Ludwig and Rosy Fischer
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