16 December 1949
16 December, 1949 - 19 December, 1949 - Exhibition
The Galleries of the Associated American Arti
The interest every member of the Society has in art goes much beyond attendance at the programs. For example, almost every member has a collection of paintings or sculpture of his own. Even though that "collection" may contain only two or three objects, it is nonetheless illustrative of the member's more personal interest in art and, possibly, of the growth and development of that interest. It stands to reason, the officers believe, that the work of art a member collects, why he acquired it and how, should be of unusual interest to the other members. And so, we have planned a new kind of exhibition - an exhibition of what each member considers to be one of the best, most interesting, most provocative or, eve, most famous paintings or sculpture in his own collection.