"Henry Ossawa Tanner" was a major exhibition held at the PMA from January 20, 1991 to April 14, 1991. The exhibition was a retrospective of Henry Ossawa Tanner's work, and included both paintings and drawings. Tanner was born in Pittsburgh, raised in Philadelphia, and later settled in France for the remainder of his life. Curated by Darrel Sewell and Dewey F. Mosby, the exhibition included works lent by private and public collections. The records contain numerous drafts of the catalogue, press releases, slides and photographs, and a list of Tanner's artwork. Also included is a videotape of the exhibition. The bulk of the records date from 1990 to 1991.
American Art Department Records : II. Exhibitions and installations : P. "Henry Ossawa Tanner." January 20, 1991-April 14, 1991
Subseries P. "Henry Ossawa Tanner." January 20, 1991-April 14, 1991
Date:1990-1991Scope and Content Note