Judith Rothschild Foundation

Category: Arts & Culture

The Foundationís grantmaking is focused on presenting, preserving, and interpreting work of the highest aesthetic merit by lesser-known American artists who have died after Sept. 12, 1976. Grants have supported organizations holding exhibitions; art acquisition for display and study in museums and public galleries; developing public programs, films, or videos to accompany exhibitions; the preparation of publications; scholarly and critical pursuits; and the conservation, cataloguing, and safekeeping of artwork. All work must be of the highest quality regardless of style, and be from an under-appreciated American artist deceased of 9/12/76. The work must be in the mediums of painting, works on paper, collage, and relief, sculpture, or photography and must have a clear and demonstrated need for support.

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