Haggerty Museum of Art Receives Three Major Collections Valued at $1 Million


MILWAUKEE, WI.- Works by Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein are among the 135 pieces of photography and contemporary art, valued at $1 million, which have been donated to the Haggerty Museum of Art thanks to the generosity of three separate donors. This is the first time the museum has been gifted three collections of this size and scope within one year. And while Michael, Arts’63, and Mary Tatalovich, Arts ‘64, who are donating 80 pieces of contemporary art, are alumni, the other two donors have no direct connection to Marquette University. “These are three fairly significant gifts to receive all within a one-year period, and each gift adds new artists to the Haggerty’s collection,” said Wally Mason, director of the Haggerty Museum of Art. The three collections are: • 80 contemporary