Indiana University Art Museum collection can be viewed anytime, from anywhere

March 13, 2001

Singapore Steven J. Green and his wife Dorothea have graciously loaned the IU Art Museum a selection of masterworks from their private collection. These six rare and important works of art range from sacred and secular paintings by 17th-century Dutch and Flemish masters to a beautiful French Impressionist landscape by Eugene Boudin, a pen and ink drawing by Paul Signac, and a major abstract oil on paper by Robert Motherwell. The exhibit can be viewed on the Web.