Fabio Blondus de Montealto

Fabio Blondus de Montealto or Fabio Biondi was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Patriarch of Jerusalem. On 8 January 1588, Fabio Blondus de Montealto was appointed by Pope Sixtus V as Patriarch of Jerusalem. On 17 January 1588, he was consecrated bishop by Scipione Gonzaga, Cardinal-Priest of Santa Maria del Popolo with Giovanni Battista Albani, Patriarch of Alexandria, Girolamo Bevilacqua, Archbishop of Nazareth, serving as co-consecrators, he served as Patriarch of Jerusalem until his death on 6 December 1618. While bishop, he was the principal consecrator of: and the principal co-consecrator of: Cheney, David M. "Patriarchate of Jerusalem ". Retrieved June 16, 2018. Chow, Gabriel. "Patriarchal See of Jerusalem". Retrieved June 16, 2018

Brauer Museum of Art

The Brauer Museum of Art is home to a collection of 19th- and 20th-century American art, world religious art, Midwestern regional art. It is located in the Valparaiso University Center for the Arts on the campus of Valparaiso University in Valparaiso, Indiana, US. Prior to the museum’s opening, the university’s collection was housed and displayed within several buildings across campus, it was named the Brauer Museum of Art in 1996 to honor the collection’s long-time director and curator, Richard H. W. Brauer; the collection of the museum includes landscape paintings by Frederic Edwin Church, Asher B. Durand, John F. Kensett and largest known collection of works by painter Junius R. Sloan. Large late 19th-century paintings by T. Alexander Harrison and Elizabeth Nourse; the Brauer Museum of Art holds 150 photographs and seven silkscreen prints by Andy Warhol, including an iconic soup can painting. The museum holds early modernist paintings by John Marin, Walt Kuhn and Georgia O'Keeffe. Other contemporary works include artists such as Elaine de Kooning, Ed Paschke, Chuck Close, Diego Lasansky, Dale Chihuly, Frank Dudley John Himmelfarb, Ansel Adams.

The Brauer Museum hosts special exhibitions and events. In the past, such events have featured the works of such artists as Ansel Adams and Salvador Dalí. Official website