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IX. Concordance Of Former Collections, Galleries, And Donors

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This sections contains a list of collections of former, galleries and donors that occur in this book titled The Villanovan, Etruscan and Hellenistic collections in the Detroit Institute of Arts . The Etruscan collection was a part of the Department of Ancient art at the Detroit Institute of Arts for three decades. After a reorganization of the museum, it is now cared for in the Department of European Art. The earliest Etruscan material in Detroit was probably the gift of Miss Clara Avery, who gave four modest pieces of pottery (Cat. Nos. 98-101).

Keywords: Detroit Institute of Arts; Etruscan collection; European Art



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