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Mark A. Roglan

Director

Meadows Museum

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Meadows Museum

5900 Bishop Blvd.

Dallas, Texas,75205

United States

Company Description

The Meadows Museum is committed to the advancement of knowledge and understanding of art through the collection and interpretation of works of the greatest aesthetic and historical importance, as exemplified by the founding collection of Spanish art. The museu...more

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Photo Gallery-ClassicalTexas.com

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Dr. Mark Roglán's remarks on the "Coming of Age" exhibition Dr. Mark Roglán, director of the Meadows Museum, in front of Dr. Mark Roglán, executive director of the Meadows Museum;Vicent Estall, director of the Manolo Safont Tile Museum; Laurel Ornish; Josep Pérez, director of the Ceramic Museum of Manises


JOSÉ, FEDERICO AND RAIMUNDO DE MADRAZO A Dynasty of Art and Leadership in Nineteenth Century Spain | Queen Sofía Spanish Institute - New York

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By Mark Roglán, PhD, Director of the Meadows Museum
Mark A. Roglán was named director of the Meadows Museum at Southern Methodist University in 2006, and serves as an adjunct associate professor in the Division of Art History, a position he has held since 2001. As director, Roglán oversees the finest and most comprehensive collection of Spanish art outside of Spain. He has collaborated with national and international institutions on exhibitions and projects including a partnership with the Prado Museum in Madrid. In the Fall of 2010, the Meadows Museum inaugurated a historic three-year partnership with the Prado, the first international program of its kind for the Prado. The program includes the loan of the Prado's masterworks, publications, symposia, and a curatorial fellowship. In 2010, Roglán was knighted by King Juan Carlos I of Spain, as a member of the Order of Isabel La Católica, for his contributions to the arts and culture of Spain.


drawing » Art News DFW

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Members at the Ribera Patron level and upwards can join the Meadows Museum's director, Mark Roglán, on fabulous trips abroad such as this one, which includes a stop at Auckland Castle to view its series of Zurbarán paintings.
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Amanda W. Dotseth - The Courtauld Institute of Art

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Teaching Assistant of Mark Roglán, chief curator of the Meadows Museum and assistant professor of art history.
Research interests Romanesque Architecture Amanda W. Dotseth, Barbara C. Anderson and Mark A. Roglán, London, 2008, 117-145.


Kimball vs. Meadows

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new Meadows Museum Director Mark Roglán among the Spanish Impressionists Behind are Joaquín Sorolla's To The Water, 1908 and Under the Awning, Zarrauz, 1910.
I am comparing them here, because both press openings featured introductory gallery tours by museum directors - the Meadows' new Director Mark Roglán and former Dallas Museum of Art director Richard Brettell at the Kimbell. New to the Meadows after Ted Pillsbury's brief but unsettling stay, Roglán will probably fit in well at SMU's very conservative institution. Roglán's lecture was a rapid-fire recitation of facts and stories. He used words I wondered if anyone else among the press corps understood. His tales were fascinating but not always discernible through his thick accent and determined academic style. He seemed unused to speaking in public and a little nervous. Roglán didn't mention it, so I'm sure this enigma exists only in my head, but it's a wondrous little diversion.


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