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Holding Patterns: Selections from the Collection of

W. Donald Head, Old Grandview Ranch

October 18, 1997 - February 8, 1998

 

"A good collector must have a very large and strong ego, and must be able to make decisions in spite of varying opinions. A collector must have a real passion for the object or image. And, a collector has to be willing to be educated. You have to read, to travel, to visit museums ... "

Donald W. Head, Old Grandview Ranch

Raymond Yelland

Sunset at Cypress Point, Monterey, n.d.

oil on canvas, 23 1/2 x 29 3/4 inches

Holding Patterns, a new series of exhibitions organized by the San Jose Museum of Art which showcase Bay Area collectors and their collections, will premiere at the San Jose Museum of Art with Selections from the Collection of W. Donald Head, Old Grandview Ranch on Saturday, October 18, 1997. This exhibition, comprised of 31 paintings of early California landscapes, will be shown in the newly-opened Historic Wing Gallery through February 8, 1998.

 

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