Every Way Possible: 125 Years of the Indianapolis Museum of Art
In Every Way Possible, authors Anne P. Robinson and S. L. Berry trace the Indianapolis Museum of Art from its beginning in the late 19th century as a small group of fine art advocates to its status in the early 21st century as one of the largest general art museums in the country. The book highlights the founders, donors, collectors, directors, curators and others who were key to the Museum's development over 125 years. Major art acquisitions and collections are also featured.
Hardcover: 303 pages. Dimensions: 8 x 9.75".