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A New Light on Tiffany presents groundbreaking research revealing the many women who played a crucial role in the design and creation of Tiffany Studios’ masterpieces...

June 16, 2006 - January 07, 2007

A generation of critically acclaimed contemporary artists has thought deeply about how America's history of racially based slavery has shaped our society. Legacies ...

September 19, 2006 - December 31, 2006

As storms of controversy swirl around the role of a free press in the modern world, the need to understand and define the responsibilities of the media has become of increasing...

May 05, 2006 - September 17, 2006

This exhibition explores the evolution of American images, with 90 spectacular works ranging from colonial era masterpieces to souvenir tintypes and daguerreotypes. Group...

April 04, 2006 - August 06, 2006

The exhibition, organized by the Yale University Art Gallery, explores how Edward Lamson Henry's (1841-1919) fascination with "historical fictions"

April 21, 2006 - July 30, 2006

Bronzes for the Gilded Age explores the flowering of American bronze sculpture in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, emphasizing works created after mythological...

March 14, 2006 - June 26, 2006

In celebration of Viktor Schreckengost's 100th birthday, New-York Historical, along with 100 public venues around the country, will display the work of this acclaimed...

October 20, 2005 - March 26, 2006

The New-York Historical Society displayed a facsimile of the original hand-written draft of the Emancipation Proclamation that President Abraham Lincoln wrote while waiting...

October 07, 2005 - March 26, 2006

The New-York Historical Society launched a two-year initiative on slavery and New York. The first phase opened on October 7, 2005, with the landmark exhibition Slavery in...

November 08, 2005 - March 19, 2006

While the vast majority of the 10 million Africans taken across the Atlantic remain nameless, the story of Priscilla—a 10-year-old girl taken on the slave ship Hare from...

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