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Thea M. Page is the assistant vice president for Communications and Marketing at The Huntington.

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Posted on Nov. 28, 2012 by Thea Page
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In theory, putting on an art exhibition is a rather formulaic process. You develop a theme, select works, design a layout for the gallery, and then, in the final weeks before opening, the show is installed...
Posted on Jul. 25, 2012 by Thea Page
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Everyone who visited The Huntington noticed him Standing eight feet high, on a two-foot pedestal, the figure of the god of the sea, Neptune, loomed large over all who passed in front of the Library building...
Posted on Jul. 20, 2012 by Thea Page
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Posted on Jan. 18, 2012 by Thea Page
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Posted on Nov. 18, 2011 by Thea Page
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Posted on Nov. 14, 2011 by Thea Page
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At the...
Posted on Nov. 2, 2011 by Thea Page
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Posted on Sep. 22, 2011 by Thea Page
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Peter Kirby, an L.A. producer specializing in...
Posted on Aug. 12, 2011 by Thea Page
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Huntington curators call the second half of the 18th century England's "golden age of mezzotint." Invented in the 1600s, the engraving technique was little used until it exploded in popularity in the mid...
Posted on Jun. 29, 2011 by Thea Page
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One of the French rooms in the Huntington Art Gallery just got a little fancier. Arranged among paintings like the Knitter Asleep by Jean Baptiste Greuze and The Country Dance by Jean-Antoine Watteau are...
Posted on Jun. 8, 2011 by Thea Page
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While The Huntington was closed to visitors on Tuesday, a crew of several preparators and curators mounted a big 400-pound marble bust of George Washington in the upstairs hallway of the Huntington Art...
Posted on Apr. 29, 2011 by Thea Page
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Posted on Apr. 15, 2011 by Thea Page
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Posted on Apr. 1, 2011 by Thea Page
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Posted on Jan. 12, 2011 by Thea Page
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The pedestrian blue, red, and white of the Brillo boxes are shocking. They catch your eye before you even enter the gallery, signaling that something different is going on in that room—very unlike the...
Posted on Jan. 7, 2011 by Thea Page
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Posted on Nov. 18, 2010 by Thea Page
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Christopher Slatoff is a figurative sculptor who works in bronze, just like Giovanni Battista Foggini, Corneille van Clève, and the other artists featured in the exhibition...

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