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The Fogg Art Museum will place upon exhibition today an extremely valuable collection of the works of J. M. W. Turner, the famous English artist. The collection will include some oil paintings, a number of water-color drawings, and several pencil sketches. There will be an exhibition of mezzotints from Turner's Liber Studiorum at the same time in the Print Room.
Three large and beautiful oil paintings are loaned by Mr. Francis Bartlett and Mrs. Henry C. Angell of Boston, and Messrs. M. Knoedler & Co., of New York, respectively.
The exhibition will continue for two weeks, and the high rank accorded Turner among English artists should assure a large attendance.
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