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Tomorrow at 4.30 o'clock will be held the first of a series of three lectures by Count Umberto Gnoli, a distinguished authority on Umbrian art. Count Gnoli is Director of the Royal Gallery at Perugla, and Superintendent of Fine Arts for the Province of Umbria.
The subject for tomorrow's lecture, which is in French, is "Etruscan Art." Thursday's lecture is in English, on "Rome," while Friday's lecture, also in English, is on "Characteristic features of Umbrian Art", and will be illustrated.
All the lectures will be held in the Lecture Room of the Fogg Art Museum, and will be open to the public.
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