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No, it's not a multi-year agreement with the Louvre to exhibit paintings like the High in Atlanta...but the Louvre is sending a 14th century Italian triptych from the Musee du Petite Palais in Avignon to Greenville at the Museum & Gallery at BJU. Other works are coming from the Walters Art Museum (Baltimore), the High Museum of Art (Atlanta), Birmingham Museum of Art (Birmingham) and the Getty Institute of Art (Los Angeles).

All coming in about 2 1/2 weeks for an exhibition on Tommaso del Mazza.

Check it out...http://www.bjumg.org/events/exhibitions.htm

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No, it's not a multi-year agreement with the Louvre to exhibit paintings like the High in Atlanta...but the Louvre is sending a 14th century Italian triptych from the Musee du Petite Palais in Avignon to Greenville at the Museum & Gallery at BJU. Other works are coming from the Walters Art Museum (Baltimore), the High Museum of Art (Atlanta), Birmingham Museum of Art (Birmingham) and the Getty Institute of Art (Los Angeles).

All coming in about 2 1/2 weeks for an exhibition on Tommaso del Mazza.

Check it out...http://www.bjumg.org/events/exhibitions.htm

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I am a huge fan of the BJU M&G, as most UP members probably already know from reading my posts throughout the past few years. This news only adds to my admiration of the very impressive collection at the Greenville campus. I would easily rate this gallery/museum as one of the top 5 must see places in the entire Upstate. :camera:

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No, it's not a multi-year agreement with the Louvre to exhibit paintings like the High in Atlanta...but the Louvre is sending a 14th century Italian triptych from the Musee du Petite Palais in Avignon to Greenville at the Museum & Gallery at BJU. Other works are coming from the Walters Art Museum (Baltimore), the High Museum of Art (Atlanta), Birmingham Museum of Art (Birmingham) and the Getty Institute of Art (Los Angeles).

All coming in about 2 1/2 weeks for an exhibition on Tommaso del Mazza.

Check it out...http://www.bjumg.org/events/exhibitions.htm

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