Profile: Diane De Grazia

Library of Congress

Retired chief curator at the Cleveland Museum of Art and author of such publications as Master Drawings from the Cleveland Museum of Art (2000). An accomplished scholar, Dr. De Grazia served previously as deputy director for the Indianapolis Museum of Art and a longtime curator of paintings and drawings at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Between 2011 and 2014, she generously donated her time and expertise as a part-time volunteer in the Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division researching and cataloging selected works in its Master Drawings Collection.

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Masterful Research at the Library of Congress

To celebrate my newly-minted and publicly searchable catalog records in the Prints & Photographs Online Catalog at the Library of Congress, I was invited to share one of my research adventures. Here is one I found particularly satisfying!

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