The Arthur Ross Gallery is a non-collecting entity, focused on presenting exhibitions of art and artifacts from around the world. The Gallery presents four exhibitions each year.
The Gallery is located in the Fisher Fine Arts Library building, a historic 1891 High Victorian Gothic library designed by Frank Furness.
Novelties and curiosities first displayed at the nineteenth and early twentieth century’s world fairs
75 linocut prints spanning the artist's career
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