LOESER DRAWING DEPICTS ST. AUGUSTINE'S TOOTHACHE

An important collection consisting of 262 drawings taken from the enormous number gathered together by the late C. A. Loeser '87, has been recently given to the Fogg Museum, it was learned yesterday. This famous Loeser Collection includes two drawings that may be assigned to Holbein and Rambrandt.

One of them, done by Benozzo Gontzalli, is really a study of Saint Augustine with a toothache, as the writing in the margin below it explains, but the author changed his mind during some stage of the sketching, and rendered the great Saint reading from the Bible.