An exhibition of pencil drawings and water colors opened yesterday at the Old Fogg Museum under the auspices of the School of Architecture. The sketches, composed chiefly of architectural and landscape subjects in England, France, and Italy, are the work of James Lloyd Berrall '24, M. Arch '27, who was awarded the Julia Amory Appleton Travelling Fellowship last year and who has only recently returned from Europe. The exhibition will close November 24.
Water Colors Displayed at Old Fogg
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