Title

An article on the new Paul J. Schupf Wing of the Colby College Museum of Art in

Authors

Source

Down East

Date

11-1-1996

Pages

62

Abstract

An article on the new Paul J. Schupf Wing of the Colby College Museum of Art in Waterville, which was built to house the 415 works promised to Colby by artist Alex Katz of New York and Maine. Originally designed by the late English architect Max Gordon, and completed after his death by Portland architect Scott Teas, the $1.3-million wing represents one of the largest, most dramatic gallery spaces in Maine. The space fits the sheer size of Katz's art.

Subjects

Architects, Colby College Art Museum, Teas, Scott, Gordon, Max

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