Washington, DC—The National Gallery of Art recently acquired Lick and Lather (1993) by Janine Antoni, arguably her most famous work, two untitled photographs by Sally Mann, and eight images by Chicago Imagist artists Christina Ramberg and Roger Brown.

"The Collectors Committee, with the generous support of other donors, has enhanced the Gallery's growing contemporary holdings with groundbreaking works by Janine Antoni and Sally Mann as well as the addition to the Gallery's Chicago Imagist collection of works on paper," said Earl A. Powell III, director, National Gallery of Art. "We are very grateful to the Collectors Committee for their continued support of the Gallery's collection of modern art."