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Carnegie Institute/Carnegie Museum of Art – Exhibition Catalogs & Carnegie International Catalogs

Carnegie Institute, known today as Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, was founded in 1895. A year later, the Institute held the first Carnegie International. This was known as the Annual Exhibition from 1896-1914, the Annual International Exhibition from 1920-1933, and the International Exhibition from 1934-1939. From 1940-1949 the annual exhibition featured American paintings. After 1950, these exhibitions were not held every year. From 1950-1970, they were titled the Pittsburgh International Exhibition, and Carnegie International starting in 1982.

CLP-Main holds the exhibition catalogs from 1896-2018:

Other Carnegie Museum of Art exhibition catalogs and records:

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