An Exhibition of the Work of Robert Motherwell, January 10-28, 1963, to Accompany the First Louise Lindner Eastman Memorial Lecture, January 14, 1963

An Exhibition of the Work of Robert Motherwell, January 10-28, 1963, to Accompany the First Louise Lindner Eastman Memorial Lecture, January 14, 1963

An Exhibition of the Work of Robert Motherwell, January 10-28, 1963, to Accompany the First Louise Lindner Eastman Memorial Lecture, January 14, 1963

An Exhibition of the Work of Robert Motherwell, January 10-28, 1963, to Accompany the First Louise Lindner Eastman Memorial Lecture, January 14, 1963

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To cultivate the individual's taste, judgment and sense of discrimination has always been the first purpose of a liberal education. Just as the library's collections are essential to the cultivation of the student's literary sensitivity, so a college Museum provides a laboratory for the eye as well as the mind. When for a moment the student can see the world through the artist's own vision the lesson becomes as immediate as it is memorable. Louise Lindner Eastman had learned to share this vision and in establishing a Lectureship in her memory at Smith College whose devoted alumna she was, her husband and children are aiding the College to develop in its future graduates the same love for the life of forms.

Thomas C. Mendenhall Charles Chetham

Northampton, Massachusetts January, 1963 . . .

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