Retrospective exhibition of artist G. Daniel Massad closes Dec. 9

December 05, 2018

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – The major loan exhibition "A Small Radius of Light: G. Daniel Massad, A Retrospective," which features 72 works spanning five decades of work by Pennsylvania artist G. Daniel Massad, will be closing at the Palmer Museum on Dec. 9.

Massad’s poetic, meticulously detailed still lifes, rendered in the medium of pastel, call to mind the work of the Old Masters. His work can be found in numerous private collections across the United States as well as in major museum collections, including the Art Institute of Chicago, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, National Gallery of Art, and the Palmer Museum of Art.

The Palmer retrospective explores the full gamut of Massad’s career, from early academic realist drawings from the late 1960s to his most recent pastel, Memoria, completed in early 2018.

Organized by the Palmer, "A Small Radius of Light" features signature works borrowed from public as well as private collections. Massad is represented by Bernarducci Gallery Chelsea in New York.

Be sure to view the exhibition before it closes this Sunday, Dec. 9. 

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Last Updated December 05, 2018