Jenny Saville, Study of Arms II (after the Titian drawing), 2015, charcoal and pastel on tinted ground (acrylic) on watercolor paper, 35 7/16 × 27 9/16 inches (90 × 70 cm) © Jenny Saville. Collection of the Ashmolean Museum, photo by Prudence Cuming.

"Drawing Together" at The Courtauld Gallery, London, United Kingdom.

On view September 30, 2017 through January 2, 2018.


The display, co-organized by The Courtauld Gallery and the University of Kent, aims to shed light on the creative power of drawing by staging a series of dialogues between works in the Courtauld collection. Looking beyond traditional questions of attribution and function, the display will focus on drawing as a creative act. It will present a series of sometimes unexpected encounters between pairs of drawings, ranging from a small sketch by George Romney to a gestural abstract work by Hans Hartung, taking in drawings by Antoine Watteau, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo and Eugène Delacroix.
 



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