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Chuck Close's 1999 "Self-Portrait" was a gift jointly made by Kenneth and Ronda Kornfield P'01 and Peter and Susan MacGill P'03. It is a digital ink jet print.
As vice chairman of e-commerce powerhouse Alibaba, Joe Tsai ’82 will soon preside over what may be the largest IPO in U.S. history. Even Bloomberg is saying good things, and giving a nice shout-out to Lawrenceville.
The Lawrenceville School Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that Stephen S. Murray has been named The Lawrenceville School’s 13th Head Master, effective July 1, 2015. Murray will succeed Elizabeth A. Duffy, who has led the school since 2003.
This Portrait of Dr. John Hawkesworth, circa 1773, is an oil on canvas painted by Joshua Reynolds. It was a gift from Allan P. Kirby, Class of 1913, for whom the Kirby Arts Center is named.
Art in Old Paris: Arrondissement, Avenue Constant Philippe, dated 1900, is an albumen print. This work by Eugene Atget was a gift from Kenneth and Ronda Kornfeld P'01.
Technically, Gregg Miller ’62 was in Belarus – teaching 130 Brest State University undergrads the basics of U.S. bankruptcy law.
Sieglinda is an oil on canvas painted by Thomas S. Buechner ’44 P’73 in 1981. It was a gift of his estate.
J. Christopher “Chris” Cunningham P’14 is Dean of Faculty on the Paul C. McPherson ’10 Chair. As we anticipate the start of another school year, we reprint here his “Reflections on Specialization at Lawrenceville,” which previously appeared in Virtus Semper Viridis.
Opening of the Vth and VIth Seal (The Apocolypse, 1571 edition) is a woodcut on paper by Albrecht Dürer. It was purchased through the School's Art Acquisitions Fund.
If you missed the Winter issue of Virtus Semper Viridis, here is your chance to catch up with Dean of Admission Tom Sheppard.
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