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Andy Warhol by Jamie Wyeth
July 1, 1977 – November 20, 1977

See a recent gift to the Gallery, a gouache painting of Andy Warhol by Jamie Wyeth.

Portrait Gallery
22 Polish Textile Artists
June 24, 1977 – September 5, 1977

See 30 works illustrating textile trends in Poland between 1960 and 1976.

Renwick Gallery
The Photography of Leland Rice
June 16, 1977 – September 5, 1977

See the first exhibit of exclusively photographic works at HMSG, consisting of 35 photographs, in black and white and color.  

Hirshhorn Museum
Kin and Communities
June 14, 1977 – July 27, 1977

In conjunction with a SI symposium, view family-related paintings and sculptures selected from the HMSG collection.  

Hirshhorn Museum
Civil War Artists
June 13, 1977 – September 5, 1977

Witness 30 illustrations of battle areas, camp sites and forts by Conrad Wise Chapman and Winslow Homer.

Portrait Gallery
Iron, Solid Wrought/USA
June 10, 1977 – October 24, 1977

Follow the blacksmith as an artist and craftsman from 1776 to 1976 through about 100 objects, including a butcher's block, toaster, spinning wheel, fireplace screen, weathervane, miner's candlestick, bicycle and Conestoga wagon jack.

Renwick Gallery
Recent Works in Metal by Albert Paley
June 10, 1977 – October 24, 1977

View gold and silver jewelry and 10 iron objects created in the past two years by Paley, considered to be one of this country's leading metalsmiths.

Renwick Gallery
June 7, 1977 – October 5, 1977

See 16 large wooden models, constructed in Italy, of villas and churches designed by Andrea Palladio (1508-1580).

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
200 Years of American Architectural Drawing
June 7, 1977 – July 17, 1977

Focus on architectural drawings for their aesthetic value in this exhibition of 200 drawings by more than 80 architects.

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
The Carnegie Mansion
June 7, 1977 – July 3, 1977

Follow the Mansion's 75-year history, including two major renovations, through drawings and photographs.

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Harold P. Stern Memorial Exhibit
June 1, 1977 – August 31, 1977

Visit a selection of Japanese art is presented as a memorial to Dr. Harold P. Stern, who served as director for the Freer from 1971 until his death on April 3, 1977.

Freer Gallery
Charles Lindbergh
June 1, 1977 – June 19, 1977

Commemorate the 50th anniversary of the aviator's solo flight to Paris in this small exhibition.

Portrait Gallery
25th National Exhibition of Prints
May 27, 1977 – September 18, 1977

Visit a mixture of realistic and abstract prints, including etchings, serigraphs, lithographs, intaglios, mezzotints and collographs.

American Art Museum
The Thomas Eakins Collection of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
May 24, 1977 – September 5, 1977

HMSG's Eakins collection is one of the largest in the U.S.; several works are on display for the first time. View 135 items, including the museum's 52 Eakins paintings, letters, scrapbooks, studio memorabilia, and studies for many major works, in photography, sculpture, and oil.  

Hirshhorn Museum
American Crafts in the White House
May 21, 1977 – July 10, 1977

See a sample of the American hand-crafted place settings and centerpieces commissioned by the First Lady for a recent White House luncheon.

Renwick Gallery
Lindbergh Commemorative Exhibit
May 20, 1977 – Closed

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Lindbergh's New York-Paris flight with this exhibition that includes the check for $25,000 (the competition prize), a cutaway model of the Spirit of St. Louis, audio-visuals of his takeoff and arrival, as well as memorabilia from his Latin American Goodwill Flight of 1927.

Air and Space Museum
Aaron Burr Acquitted
May 20, 1977 – December 12, 1977

Examine portraits, documents and memorabilia about the man whose trial for treason opened May 22, 1807.

Portrait Gallery
Painting and Sculpture in California: The Modern Era
May 20, 1977 – September 11, 1977

See more than 270 works by 199 artists that demonstrate the complex variety, scope and stature of art created in California from 1900 to 1976.

American Art Museum
High School Graphics V: Through the Eyes of New Printmakers
April 29, 1977 – June 12, 1977

Visit the 5th biennial print show for high school students, sponsored by the NCFA in cooperation with the Washington Print Club, highlighting the talented D.C. artists in metropolitan public and private secondary schools.

American Art Museum
Gallant Harry of the West
April 12, 1977 – January 2, 1978

See portraits, papers and documents making up a biographical exhibition of the career of Henry Clay, commemorating the 200th year of his birth.

Portrait Gallery