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New Engravings at Fogg Museum

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Accessions made to the Gray and Randall collections of engravings in the Fogg Museum are now on exhibition in the table cases, and in cases 19 and 20 on the wall in the print room. Works of the following engravers are shown: Baldini-Batticelli group, Stefano della Bella, Antonio Canal, Albrecht Durer, Hendrik Goltzius, Mare-Antonio, Jean Morin, Rembrandt, Martin Schongauer, J. M. W. Turner, an unknown Italian artist of sixteenth century, and Michael Wolgemut. The exhibition includes also the "Liber Veritatis" of Claude Lorrain, engraved by Richard Earlom; and engravings after Turner, bound in five volumes, with Roger's "Italy" and his poems.

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