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ExhibitionDrawings from the Joseph McCrindle Collection

Mar 16–May 26, 2013

pencil drawings of faces and arms

This exhibition reflects the breadth of a bequest from Joseph McCrindle of more than 150 English, Italian, and French drawings from the sixteenth through the twentieth century. The drawings demonstrate how each generation of artists transform the medium with their personal styles and how those styles are transformed by the next generation. Featuring works by a wide range of artists, including Jean Léon Gérôme, Domenico Piola, Emile Bernard, Thomas Rowlandson, and Jean Cocteau, donated to the Chazen by McCrindle, founder of the Transatlantic Review magazine.