Treasures of the DIA

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Treasures of the DIA presents 175 masterworks from the museum’s encyclopedic collections: from ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome to the present day and spanning the globe.

Among the more notable works are Vincent van Gogh’s Self-Portrait, James Abbott McNeill Whistler’s Nocturne in Black and Gold: The Falling Rocket, Bruegel’s The Wedding Dance, a Kongo Nail Figure, the Mesopotamian Dragon Panel from the Ishtar Gate, and Diego Rivera’s monumental Detroit Industry murals, and much more.

With essays by Debra N. Mancoff and Graham W.J. Beal.

Softcover; 176 pages.

Dimensions: 8 x 10 x 0.75 inches

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  • Saranette K. Brenz - Jul 10th 2020

    5
    Great book!

    I bought three of these books. They are great gifts. I gave them to our children whom I practically raised at the DIA. I also bought one for a friend who moved to California and misses world class museum.

  • John Chen - Jul 8th 2020

    5
    Treasures of the DIA

    I've visited DIA several times but had not purpose in mind.
    Thanks to this terrific book I will now know exactly what I
    am looking for the next time I go to DIA.

3 Reviews

  • Saranette K. Brenz - Jul 10th 2020

    5
    Great book!

    I bought three of these books. They are great gifts. I gave them to our children whom I practically raised at the DIA. I also bought one for a friend who moved to California and misses world class museum.

  • John Chen - Jul 8th 2020

    5
    Treasures of the DIA

    I've visited DIA several times but had not purpose in mind. Thanks to this terrific book I will now know exactly what I am looking for the next time I go to DIA.

  • Bill Noren - Dec 11th 2015

    5
    A great way to introuce friends to the DIA

    A beautiful, well priced book. As a gift, it is a great way to share the wonders of the DIA with friends who have not yet seen them for themselves. I enjoy leafing through and learning more about pieces that I love