Demonstrating the artist's major themes, techniques, and styles, 44 drawings — dating from 1905 to 1954 — perfectly capture the master draughtsman's incredible line: 1905 circus family, portraits of Diaghilev and Balzac, cubist studies, neo-classical nudes, and mythological scenes. Media ... read more
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Demonstrating the artist's major themes, techniques, and styles, 44 drawings — dating from 1905 to 1954 — perfectly capture the master draughtsman's incredible line: 1905 circus family, portraits of Diaghilev and Balzac, cubist studies, neo-classical nudes, and mythological scenes. Media include lithograph, drypoint, etching, and pen-and-ink.
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