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Gustav Klimt, Woman Lying Half Draped

Marvin H and Mary M Davidson

Featured Gifts

U-M Museum of Art Receives $10 Million from the Maxine and Stuart Frankel Foundation to Name New Wing

A $10 million gift from The Maxine and Stuart Frankel Foundation of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, will provide major support for a new addition to the University of Michigan Museum of Art, the University announced today >>

U-M Museum of Art Receives More Than $6.5 million in New Leadership Gifts

With growing momentum to close out its building campaign, the University of Michigan Museum of Art has received more than $6.5 million in new gifts towards the museum’s $35.4 million facility expansion and restoration project in December 2005 and
January 2006 >>

Pulgram-McSparran Collection Comes to UMMA

Collecting great works of art on a professor’s salary may sound like a fairy tale. But Ernst Pulgram, professor of romance and classical linguistics at the University of Michigan from 1948 until his retirement in 1986, did just that, acquiring works by some of the most currently sought after artists of the twentieth-century >>

UMMA Receives $1.5 Million Challenge Grant and $1 Million Gift

The Kresge Foundation of Troy, Mich. has awarded the University of Michigan Museum of Art a challenge grant of $1.5 million toward the renovation and expansion of its current home, Alumni Memorial Hall. In anticipation of the Kresge challenge grant award, the museum received $1 million toward the project from Marvin H and Mary M. Davidson.  The Davidsons are supporters of the arts both at Michigan and in New York.  Mr. Davidson is a U-M alumnus and New York-based investment strategist >>

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