The Fogg Art Museum has just added by gift and purchase, thirty-two prints to its permanent collections. Among others there are in this new acquisition fine examples of the work of Millet, Jacque, Daubigny, Corot, and Rousseau, as well as two interesting lithographs by Whistler. All of the prints thus added are of the very highest quality and should serve to stimulate interest in the work of the "1830 men" so that a more serious student will be tempted to explore further the wealth of XIX century material, which is to be seen under such favorable conditions at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
At the conclusion of the present exhibition of water colors by Turner and other contemporary English landscape painters, it is likely that the Fogg Museum will hold an exhibition of new acquisitions in the Print Department for the year 1915-16. A number of the prints recently acquired are the gift of Mr. David Keppel of New York in memory of his father.