Color and Line: Masterworks on Paper

February 26, 2014—August 10, 2014

This exhibition features thirteen European masterworks of the 19th and early 20th centuries. These works highlight the ways in which artists used rich color and meticulous line not only to represent the world in naturalistic fashion but, increasingly, to explore abstraction.

Free admission, no exhibition tickets required.

Egon Schiele, Austrian (1890-1918). Standing Woman in a Patterned Blouse, 1912. Graphite and gouache on paper, 18 1/4 x 12 inches. Gift of Richard S. Davis, 53-18.

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