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Highlights from the Dorothy M. Skinner and John S. Cook Bequest
May 1—May 18, 2008
Koppelman Gallery

Dorothy M. Skinner earned dual undergraduate degrees (B.S. magna cum laude; Phi Beta Kappa) in Biology and Chemistry at Tufts University in 1952. She earned her Ph.D. in 1958 from Harvard. She died on February 12, 2005. Dorothy was an athlete, a women's activist, a well-rounded biologist who strove to excel at all she did. Subsequent generations of women cell biologists owe her a debt for her pioneering contributions to the field.

Exhibition Checklist:

Jules Bissier
29 April 60 gamma, 1960
watercolor on paper
9 3/4 x 6 14"

Corneille
Damier d'ete (Summer Chess Game), 1965
gouche on paper
20 x 16 1/2"

Jean Dubuffet
Le Sourire (The Smile)
lithograph
ed 2/50
20 1/2 x 15"

Lyonel Feininger
Stadt II, 1926 pen and watercolor
12 1/4 x 20 1/4"

John Marin
Island and Sea, Small Point, Maine, 1917
watercolor on paper
16 1/2 x 19"

Henry Moore
Two Forms, 1934
ironstone
7 5/8" each

Ad Reinhardt
Untitled, 1950
gouache on paper
27 1/2 x 40 1/2"

Egon Schiele
Two Reclining Figures (recto), 1912
pencil and gouache
19 x 12"

Pierre Soulages
Untitled, 1988
lithograph
ed 73/100
26 x 20"

Antoni Tapies
Thin Red Line, 1969
ink on paper
25 1/2 x 35"

Jean Arp
Die Menschen gleichen den Fliegen, 1963-4
woodblock print and watercolor
12 1/2 x 9"

Max Ernst
Aux Petits Agneaux
lithograph
HC VIII/XXI
9 x 7"

Juan Genoves
Untitled A, 1973
pencil on watercolor on paper
13 7/8 x 20 7/8"

Joan Miró
Series III
engraving on parchment over painted with watercolor
IX/XIII
21 x 35"

Philip Pearlstein
Female Model Seated on a Stool
sepia wash on paper
22 1/4 x 29 7/8"

Antonio Saura
Autrorittrato 2, 1966
oil on canvas
24 x 28 3/4"

David Smith
Untitled, 1950
watercolor and ink on paper
22 3/4 x 18 1/4"

Victor Vasarely
Untitled
lithograph
ed 71/250 29 1/2 x 29 1/2"

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David Smith Untitled, 1950 watercolor and ink on paper 22 3/4 x 18 1/4"