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FOGG MUSEUM HAS EXHIBITION OF DRAWINGS BY OLD MASTERS

Work of Rembrandt, Rubens, Holbein, Correggio and Others Shown

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

Drawings by old masters have been placed on exhibition in the Print Room of the Fogg Art Museum to remain during the summer. About sixty are shown, twenty of which are lent for the exhibition by Mrs. Edward D. Brandegee. The drawings include the work of some of the greatest masters of the Italian, French, Spanish, Dutch, Flemish, and German schools. Among them there are very fine and delicate pencil drawings by lugres, a drawing in red chalk by Correggio, wonderful pen drawings by Rembrandt, wash drawings by Bernini and Giulio Romano, and drawings in color by Rubens and Holbein.

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