FOGG ART MUSEUM OPENS NEW EXHIBIT TOMORROW
Etchings, Engravings, Woodcuts, and Lithographs Included-Whistler is Represented
As the last major exhibition to be opened at the Fogg Museum before the beginning of the next college year, a collection of etchings, engravings, woodcuts, and lithographs, has been arranged in Gallery Four, and will be ready for public view tomorrow. It will be kept on display throughout the summer, during which the museum will maintain its usual hours.
Representative work of the Itaham and German artists of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth centuries, some pieces by Rembrandt and Nanteuil. Fifteenth century English etchings, including Whistler and Meryon, and Nineteenth century lithographs, are to constitute the collection, which is owned by the Fogg Museum. Especial attention has been called to some excellent specimens of Schenganer's later work.