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A number of modern etchings, most of them on landscape subjects, have been given to the Fogg Art Museum, and are now on exhibition in the cases against the east wall of the Print Room. They were drawn by Francis Seymour Haden, a London surgeon in large practice, and James McNeil Whistler, the painter. They illustrate a variety of treatment known as the "open line," the "dry point," and "elaborate chiaroscuro." The set of Haden's Etchings was selected by him expressly for the Gray Collection of the Museum.

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