Art to Lend Program
In 2005, we re-instated the Art To Lend program, making selected pieces from the collection available for rental to campus offices at NIU. The nominal fee of $20 per piece per year helps to cover the cost of matting, framing and conservation.
During an exhibit of available artwork, interested NIU departments can "bid" on their favorites. A drawing held on the last day of the exhibit will determine which pieces will be alotted to which departments.
The 2015 exhibition ran from July 13 - 17.
Works that were included are featured on the right.
The next exhibition of available artwork is planned for the summer of 2016.
A detailed policy form is available from the museum office at 753-7867, or in the gallery during the exhibit, or download a policy form here (pdf).
Ansei Uehima, Flight: In Space (Pink). Woodcut. 1970. 29x37
Ellen Land-Weber, Da Costa's Conchology. Photograph. 1986. 22x28
Hans Figura, Neuschwanstein Castle. Aquatint. n.d. 17.5x19.5
Luigi Kasimir, Basel, Sandoz Chemical Works. Intaglio. n.d. 27x30.5
Bill Max, Untitled. Serigraph. 1969. 29x21
G. Stern, Soaring. Oil on Canvas. 1963. 49x40.5
Jay Ryan, Flock. Screen Print. 2009. 31x25
Josef Eidenberger, Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco. Intaglio. n.d. 11.5x13.5
Josephine Burke, Jude's Driveway, Crane Rd. Oil on canvas board. 1991. 19x16
Keikoh Honju, Kimono. Collage. 1969. 29x20.5
Luigi Kasimir, Marientor, Munich. Intaglio. 1922. 34x32
Robert Kasimir, St. Michael's Gate, Vienna. Intaglio. n.d. 30.5x22
David Avison, Tourist, Banff. Photograph. n.d. 19x40
Fritz Scholder, Reservation Dog. Lithograph. n.d. 31x39
Josephine Burke, Wild Roses. Oil on canvas board. 1991. 17x21
Marko Spalatin, Primary Colors. Serigraph. n.d. 27x31
Rita Galle, Il Telefono. Lithograph. 1984. 23x29
Win Pe, Untitled. Oil on canvas. 1969. 28x38
Harry Greaver, Morning Sun and November. Lithograph. 1975. 28.5x20.5
Josef Eidenberger, City Tower, Innsbruck. Intaglio. n.d. 24x20
Josephine Burke, Twin Silo Farms. Oil on canvas board. 1991. 19x16
Luigi Kasimir, Independence Hall, Philadelphia. Intaglio. n.d. 28x22