The Fogg Art Museum, which has been closed for repairs since the day after Commencement, 1913, will be opened to the public on Wednesday, February 4. In addition to the regular collections there is to be a special loan exhibition, from February 4 to 17, of Persian and European illuminated manuscripts, Ient by Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan '89; Mr. W. A. White '63; and others. At the same time there will be exhibited in two rooms on the main floor a collection of examples of the arts of China and Japan, consisting of paintings, pottery and porcelain.
Fogg Reopens With Exhibits
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