from the collection of the detroit institute of arts
As one of the preeminent cultural institutions in the United States, the Detroit Institute of Arts is the urbane jewel of the city. For more than 20 years, Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn has been the museum’s general counsel. The firm played a significant role in two of the DIA's landmark events: negotiating the museum's historic 1998 Operating Agreement with the city of Detroit, and its recent expansion, renovation, and re-opening in late 2007. Through service, patronage and endowment, Honigman’s partners, associates and staff have played important roles in securing the legacy of the DIA. Among the firm's leaders is founding partner Alan E. Schwartz, and his wife Marianne, after whom the Schwartz Galleries of Prints and Drawings are named.
The following paintings in our online gallery may be found on display at the DIA: