The Fogg Art Museum will exhibit 33 French drawings from the collection of John S. Newberry this summer. The drawings, selected by Newberry, will range from those of 17th century artists Callot and Lagneau to those of Matisse and Picasso, and will be on view until October 15.
Among other French draughtsmen whose work is included in the exhibit are Jean Antoine Watteau, Gabriel de Saint-Aubin, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Edgar Degas, and Pierre Auguste Renoir.
Photographs and an illustrated catalogue can be obtained from Miss Emily Rauh at the Fogg, university extension 2396.
Also on exhibition at the Fogg is a collection of a hundred of the world's best drawings, dating from the fifteenth century to the present. The display, commemorating the 100th anniversary of Cooper Union, will continue until August 19.
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