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First published in 1926, the Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin has documented and presented original scholarship on the Gallery’s ever-expanding collection for nearly a century. The 2020–21 Bulletin is a special double issue celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Société Anonyme, Inc., with new research and a particular focus on female artists and others who, in the past, have received less attention than some of their amply studied colleagues. Over a dozen essays explore works by artists represented in the Société Anonyme collection—which now belongs to the museum—such as Marthe Donas, Katherine S. Dreier, Louis Michel Eilshemius, Stefi Kiesler, Joaquín Torres-García, and much more. The Department of Publications and Editorial Services was recently on press with this year’s Bulletin, working closely with Meridian Printing in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, to ensure that the reproductions of all works of art appear as true to life as possible. Editorial staff assisted colleagues at Meridian with checking color proofs against the actual objects in the galleries and in storage at the Margaret and Angus Wurtele Study Center, then oversaw the printing of individual pages, as fine adjustments were made to the inking of each sheet and final images were perfected. The 2020–21 Bulletin is now available online and in the Museum Store.

Tiffany Sprague

Director of Publications and Editorial Services