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EXHIBITION ARCHIVE

 
EXHIBITION TITLEOPENING DATE—CLOSING DATE
1949
Printmakers’ Winter December, 1949–January 24, 1950
Work by the Studio Group of St. Louis December, 1949
Ninth Annual Missouri Exhibition December 12, 1949–January 9, 1950
Paul Klee Exhibition November 1–December 5, 1949
Four Centuries of French Print Making November 1-30, 1949
Mississippi Panorama Exhibition October 10–November 27, 1949
Photographic Exhibition by the Photographic Society of St. Louis October 17-31, 1949
Woodcuts, 15th to 20th Century September –October, 1949
"Ex Votos" Exhibition September 18–October 16, 1949
Work by the St. Louis Artists Guild September 2–October 4, 1949
Corbusier Exhibition July 1-31, 1949
Work by the Missourians July 1–August 1, 1949
Donatello’s "Statue of St. Louis of Toulouse" July 1–August 15, 1949
Asher Squares, circulated by the American-British Art Center July 21–August 11, 1949
Contemporary American Drawings July–August, 1949
Contemporary Illustrations of Children’s Books June 6-27, 1949
Work by the American Art Alliance of St. Louis June 3-27, 1949
The Bronze Menagerie: A Collection of Small Bronzes from the Ancient World June 1–September 1, 1949
Chinese Woodblock Prints of Flowers and Birds May 3–June 6, 1949
Work by Students of Washington University, School of Fine Arts May 1-31, 1949
Work by Students of the St. Louis City Public Schools April 1-25, 1949
Rosa Alba Exhibition April 25–May 31, 1949
Work by Negro Artists April 25–May 1, 1949
Wedgwood, organized by the Brooklyn Museum March 28–May 3, 1949
Work by Group 15 March 4-28, 1949
Contemporary American Prints, an Exhibition from the Museum’s Print Collection March 1–May 1, 1949
Oskar Kokoschka Exhibition February 25–March 21, 1949
Berlin Masters Owned by the City Art Museum February 25–March 21, 1949
Masterpieces from the Berlin Museums January 31–February 17, 1949
Work by the Independent Artists Society January 6–February 28, 1949
1948
Twelve "Print of the Month Exhibitions" April, 1948
Prints by William Blake, an Exhibition from the Museum’s Print Collection December 7, 1948–February 7, 1949
The Eighth Annual Missouri Exhibition December 6, 1948–January 3, 1949
Stages 48, an Exhibition by the St. Louis Resident Theatre December 4, 1948–January 2, 1949
Fourth International Mississippi Valley Salon of Photography November 6-22, 1948
Work by the Studio Group of St. Louis October 30–November 29, 1948
Japanese Prints, an Exhibition from the Museum’s Print Collection October 7–December 7, 1948
A Neighborhood Reborn, entries in a student architectural competition sponsored by the South Broadway Merchants and Manufacturers Association October 4-29, 1948
"Progressive Architecture" Awards October 10-31, 1948
Honolulu Print Makers September 1-30, 1948
Work by St. Louis Women Artists September 6-30, 1948
Americana, from a Collection by the Index of American Design September 19–October 10, 1948
St. Louis Collections: An Exhibition of 20th Century Art September 20–October 25, 1948
Work by the St. Louis Artists Guild August 9–September 3, 1948
Prints by Modern French Masters August 2-28, 1948
Display Techniques of Swedish Museums, circulated by UNESCO July 26–August 23, 1948
Wallpapers Designed by Pacific Coast Artists July 5-31, 1948
Work by the Missourians June 7–July 1, 1948
Recent Print Accessions, assembled from the Museum’s Print Collection June 15–August 1, 1948
The Institute of Design, Chicago; Its Teaching Program May 10-31, 1948
Max Beckmann, A Retrospective Exhibition May 10–June 21, 1948
Work by Students of the St. Louis School of Fine Arts May 3-31, 1948
Fuertes, the Bird Artist April 4–May 4, 1948
American Coverlets-Old and New April 7–May 3, 1948
Processes of Print Making with Illustrations from the Museum’s Print Collection April 15–June 15, 1948
Works by Students of St. Louis County Public Schools March 3–April 3, 1948
The Architecture of Louis Sullivan February 18–March 15, 1948
Music in Prints; Exhibition from the Museum’s Print Collection February 15–April 15, 1948
Paintings and Sculpture by Group 15 February 4-29, 1948
Good Design is Your Business January 19–February 15, 1948
Work of the Independent Artists of St. Louis January 5–February 2, 1948
1947
Twelve "Print of the Month Exhibitions" April, 1947
Symbolism in Painting, circulated by the Museum of Modern Art December 31, 1947–January 21, 1948
Recent Danish Architecture, an Exhibition of Photographs by L. Marnus December 5-15, 1947
Paintings and Sculpture by Group 15 December 1-31, 1947
The Seventh Annual Missouri Exhibition December 1-31, 1947
Contemporary European Prints from the Museum’s Print Collection December 7, 1947–February 7, 1948
40 Masterpieces of Painting from American Museums; 40 Masterpieces from the Collection of the City Art Museum; 40 Master Prints from the Print Cabinet of the City Art Museum October 6–November 10, 1947
St. Louis Stages of 1947, an exhibition by the St. Louis Resident Theatre September 3-30, 1947
Modern American Prints, assembled by Fritz Ehrenfest August 1–September 30, 1947
Modern Jewelry Design August 25–September 15, 1947
Missouri, Heart of the Nation August 23–September 15, 1947
War’s Toll of Italian Art, an Exhibition of Photographs organized by the American Committee for the Restoration of Italian Monuments July 14–August 15, 1947
Work of the Independent Artists of St. Louis July 1-31, 1947
Fine Arts under Fire, an Exhibition of Photographs assembled by Life Magazine July 14–August 15, 1947
Etchings and Aquatints by Picasso for "Histoire Naturelle de Buffon" June 3–July 31, 1947
Works by St. Louis Women Artists June 2-29, 1947
Work by Students of the St. Louis School of Fine Arts May 1-31, 1947
American Institute of Architects, first post-war exhibition of the St. Louis Chapter May 1-31, 1947
Monotypes, Aquatints and Engravings by Federico Cantu May 1-31, 1947
British Contemporary Paintings May 15–June 17, 1947
The Medieval World, an Exhibition of Photographs assembled by Life Magazine May 23–June 23, 1947
Painting by the Studio Group of St. Louis April 3-30, 1947
Five Miniature Gardens, lent by the Garden Club of St. Louis April 5–May 19, 1947
Silk in Search of Six Painters April 6-28, 1947
A Costume Panorama from 1730-1830, sponsored by the St. Louis Fashion Creators April 28–June 30, 1947
Currier and Ives Prints March 1–April 30, 1947
Painting and Sculpture by the Artists Guild March 5-31, 1947
"The Holy Land," a Photographic Exhibition sponsored by Life Magazine March 16–April 15, 1947
Seventh International Photographic Salon March 26–April 9, 1947
The Encyclopaedia Britannica Collection of Contemporary American Painting February 20–March 20, 1947
Work by Students of the St. Louis Public Schools February 6–March 2, 1947
Paintings and Sculpture by "The Missourians" January 8-31, 1947
Etchings and Lithographs by Jean-Louis Forain January 1–February 28, 1947
1946
Prints by Masters from the Museum’s Collection February, 1946
Silk Screen Prints, circulated by the National Serigraph Society December 1-31, 1946
Painting, Sculpture and Prints by Contemporary St. Louis Artists, from the Museum’s Collection November 9-30, 1946
The Sixth Annual Missouri Exhibition November 1–December 1, 1946
"Vanity Fair" Prints, lent by Edwin Grossman November 1–December 31, 1946
Work by the Puppet Guild of St. Louis November 4-30, 1946
Charles Wimar: Painter of the Indian Frontier October 18–December 15, 1946
Second Mississippi Valley Salon of Photography September 15-30, 1946
Purchase Prize prints-1946, lent by the Library of Congress September 5–October 31, 1946
Semi-Antique Rugs, lent by the Textile Museum September 8-29, 1946
Watercolors and Drawings by Virginia Frances Sterrett August 3–September 2, 1946
Work of the Independent Artists of St. Louis July 2-31, 1946
Portraits in Prints from the Museum’s Collection July 1–August 31, 1946
Work by St. Louis Women Artists June 3-30, 1946
The Art of Käthe Kollwitz, from the Eric Cohn Collection June 22–August 4, 1946
Paintings by the Studio Group of St. Louis May 4–June 2, 1946
Etchings by Claude Lorraine May 1–July 1, 1946
Work by Students of the St. Louis School of Fine Arts May 1–June 2, 1946
Work by "Group 15" April 1-30, 1946
Whaling Prints, lent by Dr. E. Lee Dorsett March 1–April 30, 1946
Work of St. Louis County Public School Children March 6-27, 1946
Greek Textiles, lent from the Collection of Dr. and Mrs. George E. Mylonas March 16–April 15, 1946
Origins of Modern Sculpture March 30–May 15, 1946
The Sixth International Photographic Salon March 30–April 22, 1946
European Rooms in Miniature by Mrs. James Ward Thorne February 8–June 9, 1946
The Thirty-ninth Annual Exhibition of American Paintings February 16–March 19, 1946
1945
Water Colors, assembled by the Midwestern Museums Association September, 1945
Contemporary Prints from the Museum’s Collection May, 1945
The Sixth Annual Exhibition of the American Color Print Society December 9-25, 1945
The Greater St. Louis Salon of Photography December 8-31, 1945
Eighteenth Century Italian Prints from the Museum’s Collection December 1, 1945–January 31, 1946
Midwest Museum Association Prints November 1-30, 1945
Work by Members of the Two-by-Four Society November 5-30, 1945
Oceanic Art November 10, 1945–January 31, 1946
Fifth Annual Missouri Exhibition November 17–December 17, 1945
Soldier Arts and Skills October 2-25, 1945
Work of St. Louis Women Artists October 2-25, 1945
Soviet Children’s Art October 14–November 14, 1945
Wings over the Pacific October 5–November 14, 1945
Works of Lyonel Feininger, circulated by the Museum of Modern Art September 1–October 14, 1945
Russian Icons and Objects of Ecclesiastical and Decorative Arts, lent by George K. Hahn September 15–October 15, 1945
Nineteenth Century Artists of "The Western Country" September 9-22, 1945
Paintings of Army Medicine September 9–October 1, 1945
Contemporary Color Prints from the Museum’s Collection September 1–October 31, 1945
Water Colors and Drawings, circulated by the Art Institute of Chicago July 21–August 19, 1945
Line Engraved Portraits, lent by Dr. Moyer S. Fleisher July 1–August 31, 1945
Work by Members of the Society of Independent Artists of St. Louis July 4-30, 1945
Contemporary American Drawings June 5-26, 1945
Tapestries of the 15th to 18th Centuries, lent by French & Co. June 23–August 31, 1945
Hand Woven Textiles, circulated by the Institute of Design, Chicago May 1-30, 1945
A Painting Prophecy-1950, organized by the David Porter Gallery, Washington DC May 1-30, 1945
Paintings of Birds by Athos Menaboni May 3-28, 1945
Work by Students of the St. Louis School of Fine Arts May 19–June 17, 1945
Work by Students of St. Louis and St. Louis County Public Schools April 7-30, 1945
St. Louis International Photographic Salon April 6-30, 1945
Contemporary Prints Selected from the Museum’s Collection April 1–May 31, 1945
French Paintings of the Twentieth Century, circulated by the Embassy of the provisional Government of the French Republic in the United States March 8–April 16, 1945
Work by Group Fifteen of St. Louis March 3–April 1, 1945
Prints by Members of the National Serigraph Society February 1-28, 1945
Thirty-eighth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists February 10–March 12, 1945
Latin-American Prints February 24–March 21, 1945
Work by Members of the Studio Group of St. Louis February 3-28, 1945
Romantic Painting in America January 4-30, 1945
Work by Members of the St. Louis Artists Guild January 5-30, 1945
Animals in Prints January 15–March 15, 1945
1944
Work by St. Louis Women Artists September, 1944
British War Artists’ Paintings Septebmer 27–October 22, 1944
Work by the Puppet Guild of St. Louis November, 1944
Work by Members of the Studio Group of St. Louis March, 1944
Work by the Independent Artists of St. Louis July, 1944
Paintings by the Two-by-Four Society of St. Louis January, 1944
America in the War, 50 Prints assembled by the Artists for Victory February, 1944
Work by Members of the Artists Guild February, 1944
Prints by Members of the American Color Print Society December 9-25, 1944
Work by Negro Artists, sponsored by the Urban League of St. Louis December 5-31, 1944
Oils and Water Colors by Charles Burchfield December 2-26, 1944
Prints by Members of the Southern States Art League November 4–December 4, 1944
The Fourth Annual Missouri Exhibition October 28–November 27, 1944
The Techniques of Printmaking: The Lithograph October 10–December 10, 1944
Works by Members of the St. Louis Group, Start to Finish October 7-31, 1944
The Techniques of Printmaking: Etching August 1–September 30, 1944
Chinese Color Block Prints August 1–September 30, 1944
The St. Louis Riverfront August 5–September 4, 1944
Textiles Designed by Dorothy Wright Liebes August 5–September 4, 1944
New Names in American Art August 19–September 18, 1944
Architecture and Decorative Arts by Victor Proetz August 19–September 19, 1944
Meet the Artist; Self Portraits by Contemporary American Artists July 15–August 15, 1944
Three Baroque Masters: Strozzi, Crespi and Piazzetta June 17–July 11, 1944
Look at Your Neighborhood June 9–July 4, 1944
Annual Photographic Salon of St. Louis June 1-30, 1944
Russian Art of the Twentieth Century from the Christian Brinton Collection May 1–June 11, 1944
Prints Illustrating Engraving Techniques May 1–June 15, 1944
Paintings by Wang Chi-Yuan May 3-31, 1944
Work by Group Fifteen May 10–June 5, 1944
Prints by Thomas Rowlandson May 20–July 31, 1944
Work by Students of the St. Louis Public Schools April 15–May 15, 1944
Pre-Columbian Gold, lent by John Wise April 14–May 31, 1944
American Rooms in Miniature by Mrs. James Ward Thorne April 8–June 20, 1944
War Paintings commisioned by Life Magazine April 6-23, 1944
The Architecture of Eric Mendelsohn, original Sketches and Photographs March 9–April 3, 1944
The Fourth St. Louis International Salon of Photography March 18–April 3, 1944
The Techniques of Printmaking: Engravings March 20–May 20, 1944
Prints made under the WPA Program, chosen from the group allocated to the City Art Museum March 20–May 20, 1944
World War II Memorial Competition Drawings March 26–April 12, 1944
Thirty-seventh Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists February 5–March 13, 1944
South American Silver, lent by John Wise February 5–April 11, 1944
War Posters from the National War Poster Competition February 8-28, 1944
The Techniques of Printmaking: Woodcuts January 20–March 20, 1944
Brazil Builds, circulated by the Museum of Modern Art January 3-24, 1944
1943
Work by Members of the St. Louis Artists Guild August, 1943
Water Colors and Drawings of Cowboys and Indians from the Index of American Design compiled by the State Art Projects of the WPA, circulated by the Metropolitan Museum of Art August, 1943
Work by Members of the Society of Independent Artists of St. Louis July, 1943
Balinese Textiles lent by Edward K. Love January, 1943
Paintings by the Two-by-Four Society February, 1943
Work by Service Men stationed at Jefferson Barracks July, 1943
Red Cross Poster Designs, circulated by the Public Works Administration, Washington DC February, 1943
Work by St. Louis Women Artists April, 1943
Annual Photographic Salon of St. Louis June, 1943
War Posters by Group Fifteen April, 1943
Iron in Chinese Art, lent by St. Louis Collectors April, 1943
Balinese Paintings lent by Thomas S. Horn January, 1943
Decorative European and American Arms and Armor December, 1943
Appreciation of the Arts December, 1943
Work by Negro Artists of St. Louis December, 1943
Work by Members of the Weavers Guild of St. Louis November, 1943
Modern Textiles, featuring the work of Dorothy Liebes November, 1943
Work by Group Fifteen October, 1943
Early Books and Manuscripts from the Collection of Dr. Walter A. Maier May, 1943
Illustrations from YANK December 28, 1943–January 18, 1944
Stencils, Lithographs and Etchings by Picasso, assembled from loans and the Museum’s Collection November 20, 1943–January 20, 1944
Twentieth Century Portraits, circulated by the Museum of Modern Art October 2-25, 1943
Third Annual Missouri Exhibition October 30–November 30, 1943
Art of the Armed Forces, circulated by the American Federation of Arts September 1-27, 1943
Photographs from Industrial Newspapers September 24–October 8, 1943
Westward the Course of Empire September 15–November 20, 1943
Drawings by Augustus John, circulated by the American-British Art Center August 21–September 20, 1943
Modern Dutch Art, circulated by the Netherlands Information Bureau July 17–August 15, 1943
Our Navy in Action, circulated by the Office of Public Relations of the Navy Department July 7–August 1, 1943
Twenty-five Hundred Years of Chinese Lacquer June–July 12, 1943
Conservative Paintings by Contemporary American Artists June 12–July 12, 1943
Photographs of St. Louis Scenes, from contest sponsored by the Young Men’s Division of the St. Louis Chamber of Commerce May 17-29, 1943
Road to Victory, circulated by the Museum of Modern Art May 15–June 14, 1943
War Posters by Students of St. Louis High Schools May–June, 1943
Print Masterpieces from the Museum’s Collection May 15–July 15, 1943
Silk Screen Prints April 16-26, 1943
Paintings by Henri Rousseau, circulated by the Museum of Modern Art March 29–April 26, 1943
Third St. Louis International Salon of Photography March 13-25, 1943
Paintings by the Studio Group of St. Louis March 2-29, 1943
Engraved Portraits by French Artists, including a Group of Portraits by Nanteuil, lent by M. Knoedler & Co. March–April, 1943
Latin-American Paintings by Pettoruti, Guayasamin and Camino Brent February 15–March 15, 1943
Drawings and Water Colors of Naval Defense Activities by Vernon Howe Bailey February 15–March 7, 1943
Americans, 1942, circulated by the Museum of Modern Art January 4–February 1, 1943
Sculpture and Drawings by John B. Flannagan, circulated by the Museum of Modern Art January 4–February 1, 1943
Prints by Dutch Masters, from the Museum’s Collection January–February, 1943
1942
Paintings and Drawings by the Start to Finish Group September, 1942
War Cartoons by Daniel R. Fitzpatrick August, 1942
Paintings, Drawings and Lithographs by Oskar Kokoschka October, 1942
Work by St. Louis Women Artists July, 1942
American Prints owned in St. Louis October, 1942
St. Louis Photographic Salon, sponsored by the Camera Club of St. Louis June, 1942
Second Annual Missouri Exhibition November, 1942
Work by the Puppet Guild of St. Louis November, 1942
Work by Members of the Artists’ Guild of St. Louis April, 1942
Work by the Members of the Society of Independent Artists of St. Louis March, 1942
Work by Group Fifteen December, 1942
Work by Negro Artists of St. Louis December, 1942
Nomad Art December, 1942–January, 1943
British War Posters lent by the British Consulate in St. Louis August, 1942
Camouflage for Civilian Defense, circulated by the Museum of Modern Art November 16–December 8, 1942
Italian Prints of the 15th and 16th Centuries, from the Museum’s Collection November–December, 1942
Photographs of Industrial Subjects, sponsored by the Industrial Press Association October 1-8, 1942
Etchings by Canaletto, from the Museum’s Collection September–October, 1942
Tibetan Art lent by St. Louis Collectors September–October, 1942
Art in War: Paintings, Prints and Drawings selected from a competition conducted by the Section of Fine Arts, Public Buildings Administration and circulated by the Federal Works Agency, Washington DC July 4-27, 1942
Prints by Gavarni, from the Museum’s Collection July–August, 1942
Work by Students of the School of Architecture, Washington University May 15–June 1, 1942
Lithographs by Isabey and Bonington May–June, 1942
Twentieth International Water Color Exhibition, circulated by the Art Institute of Chicago May 21–June 21, 1942
Indian Art of the United States, organized by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in collaboration with the Denver Art Museum April 5–May 4, 1942
Technical Processes in the Graphic Arts, lent by the Museum of Modern Art, New York March 25–April 8, 1942
Second St. Louis International Photographic Salon, under the auspices of the Camera Club Council of St. Louis March 21–April 6, 1942
Prints by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, from the Museum’s Collection March–April, 1942
Work by Members of the Two-by-Four Society of St. Louis January 4-31, 1942
Lithographs by Honoré Daumier, from the Museum’s Collection January 4-31, 1942
Contemporary British Paintings and Prints, circulated by the Toledo Museum of Art January 7–February 4, 1942
Thirty-sixth Annual American Exhibition, Trends in American Painting of Today January 25–February 28, 1942
1941
Work by Members of the Two-by-Four Society of St. Louis February, 1941
Work by Members of the St. Louis Artists Guild April, 1941
Annual Photographic Salon of St. Louis June, 1941
Work by Negro Artists of St. Louis, sponsored by the Urban League December 1-31, 1941
Engravings by Eric Gill and Stephen Gooden, lent by the Weyhe Gallery, New York; the Alden Galleries, Kansas City, and L. Guy Blackmer, St. Louis December 1-31, 1941
Ballet Art, circulated by the Museum of Modern Art, New York December 7, 1941–January 2, 1942
Prints by Jacques Callot, lent by Henry V. Putzel November 1-30, 1941
Work by Members of the Weavers’ Guild of St. Louis November 1-30, 1941
First Annual Missouri Exhibition November 1-30, 1941
Chiaroscuro Prints October 1-31, 1941
Work by Members of the St. Louis Chapter of the American Institute of Architects October 1-29, 1941
Work by a Group of Women Painters of St. Louis September 7-29, 1941
TVA Architecture and Design, assembled by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in collaboration with the Tennessee Valley Authority September 12–October 3, 1941
Loan Exhibition of Twentieth Century European Paintings August 1–September 30, 1941
Contemporary Batik by Missouri Artists August 1-21, 1941
Retrospective Exhibition of the Walt Disney Medium, circulated by the Los Angeles County Museum June 1-30, 1941
Prints of Cities from the Collection of the Museum and that of James B. Musick June 15–August 1, 1941
"The City" Exhibition June 9–July 20, 1941
Work by Students of the School of Architecture, Washington University May 15-31, 1941
Memorial Exhibition of Paintings by Paul Klee May 24–June 21, 1941
Photographs of Modern Greece: Herbert List, lent by Mrs. Stanley Resor, New York April 15–May 15, 1941
Water Colors of the Western Frontier a Century Ago by Alfred Miller (1810-1874), lent by Mrs. Clyde H. Porter April 1–May 13, 1941
Loan Exhibition of Ancient Greek Coins April 15–May 15, 1941
First St. Louis International Photographic Salon, shown under the auspices of the Camera Club Council of St. Louis February 23–March 30, 1941
Contemporary European Prints February–March, 1941
Paintings, Murals, Drawings and Prints by Portinari of Brazil, circuited by The Detroit Institute of Arts and The Museum of Modern Art February 23–March 20, 1941
Nineteenth Annual Water Color Exhibition, circuited by the Art Institute of Chicago January 9–February 9, 1941
Thirty-fifth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists January 5–February 16, 1941
Prints by Albrecht Dürer from the Museum’s Collection January –March 15, 1941
1940
Contemporary American Prints from the Museum’s Collection December, 1940
Work by Members of the Two-by-Four Society of St. Louis February 8–March 4, 1940
Paintings by Nine American Artists illustrative of the motion picture "The Long Voyage Home" December 6-22, 1940
Mexican Modern Art, circulated by the Museum of Modern Art December 1-29, 1940
Work by Negro Artists of St. Louis, sponsored by the Urban League of St. Louis November 17–December 15, 1940
Paintings and Sculpture by Artists of St. Louis and Vicinity November 2–December 1, 1940
Ancient Chinese Ritual Bronzes, lent by C.T. Loo & Co. November 22–December 15, 1940
Work by Members of the St. Louis Chapter, American Institute of Architects October 17–November 13, 1940
Contemporary Batik by Missouri Artists September 22–October 13, 1940
Old Master Prints from the Bequest of Horace M. Swope September 26–December, 1940
Seventh International Lithography and Wood Engraving Exhibition, circuited by the Art Institute of Chicago August 22–September 22, 1940
Midwest Exhibition, organized by the University Gallery, University of Minnesota August 4-25, 1940
Work by Members of the California Water Color Society July 3-30, 1940
1940 St. Louis Photographic Salon, sponsored by the Camera Club Council of St. Louis June 16–July 14, 1940
Work by Members of the Art League of St. Louis June 20–August 18, 1940
Architectural Designs by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe May 19–June 23, 1940
Prints Selected from the Bequest of Horace M. Swope May–June, 1940
Work by Members of the St. Louis Branch of the American Artists’ Congress May 16–June 13, 1940
Work by Members of the Artists Guild of St. Louis April 14–May 13, 1940
Masterpieces of Art from the New York and San Francisco World’s Fairs April 21–May 19, 1940
Eighth National Ceramics Exhibition, circuited by the Syracuse Museum of Fine Arts March 2-24, 1940
Picasso: Forty Years of His Art, organized by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, in collaboration with the Art Institute of Chicago March 17–April 14, 1940
Thirty-fourth Annual Exhibition of Paintings by American Artists January 2–February 18, 1940
Work by Members of the Society of Independent Artists of St. Louis January 7–February 6, 1940
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