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Wiegand Gallery records, 1975-2019

Wiegand Art Gallery


Collection Information

Size: 2.8 Linear feet

Summary: The Weigand Gallery records measure 2.8 linear feet and date from 1975-2019. Included are exhibition files, correspondence, photographs, and rare printed material. Material prior to 1987 documents The College of Notre Dame Gallery, the gallery's former name.

Biographical/Historical Note

The Wiegand Gallery (est. 1987- closed 2019) in Belmont, California, held exhibitions that focused on west coast and mainly bay area artists. Originally founded in 1975 as The College of Notre Dame Gallery, it moved in 1987 and was renamed Wiegand after Mr. E.L. Wiegand, who provided a substantial gift for renovation. The gallery continued to be affiliated with Notre Dame de Namur University. The gallery was closed by administration in 2019.


Donated in 2020 by Dr. Gregory White, Vice President of Academic Affairs, Notre Dame de Namur University.

Language Note

English .

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How to Cite This Collection

Wiegand Gallery records, 1975-2019. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.