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“Campbell’s Tomato Soup,” a 1966 screenprint on a shopping bag by Andy Warhol, is one of the 4,000 pieces in UC Davis’ fine arts collection that will be displayed in a museum planned on campus near the Mondavi Center. Courtesy photo
"Manilov and Tchitchikov from Gogol’s Dead Souls," a 20th century etching with drypoint print by Marc Chagall, is among UC Davis' collection of fine art that will be exhibited in a museum planned on campus. Courtesy photo
“Feminine Head,” a print lithograph by Henri Matisse, circa the 1950s, is one of the 4,000 pieces in UC Davis’ fine arts collection that will be displayed in a museum planned on campus near the Mondavi Center. Courtesy photo
Jan Shrem, at left, owner of Clos Pegase winery, donated $10 million to UC Davis for the campus’ planned arts museum. He made the contribution in his name and that of his friend and fellow Napa Valley resident, Maria Manetti Farrow, most recently a producer of olive oil. Courtesy photo

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