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Professor Andrew Tallon talking with campus visitors in Taylor 103, the department's largest and most historic lecture hall.
A drawing class in the Doubleday Studio Art Building
Background image composed of images from Alexander Calder mobiles, collection of Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center
Plein air drawing on elevated railroad tracks
Professor Susan Kuretsky with a class in the print room
Studio art critique
On the scaffolding at Bourges Cathedral
Opening in the Loeb Art Center
Marco Maggi exhibition in the Loeb Art Center
In Special Collections with a Book of Hours from the Medieval era
Students looking at a 3D representation during an Art 105-106 lecture in Taylor Hall
Vassar students on field trip to Kykuit
Blueprint of first floor of Taylor Hall, home of the Art Department.
Prof. Harry Roseman and a student working on North Entrance, a site-specific installation created for the Thompson Library.
The Art Library, a modernist interior designed in 1937 by John McAndrew