Engage With Drawings, Virtually
While most museums remain closed, there’s still rich opportunities for engaging with drawings virtually. Check out the offerings at our partner institutions!
You can preview the upcoming exhibit, “Lines From Life: French Drawings From The Diamond Collection,” at the Clark Art Institute.
Catch-up on an exhibit you might have missed like “Drawn to Greatness: Master Drawings from the Thaw Collection,” at The Morgan Library & Museum https://www.themorgan.org/online-exhibitions. See “Mantegna to Matisse: Master Drawings from the Courtauld Gallery,” at The Frick Collection https://www.frick.org/exhibitions/courtauld/virtual_exhibition. Review the catalogue from “Drawing The Human Figure In Italy 1450-1700 Studi & Schizzi,” an exhibition that took place at The Fondation Custodia https://www.fondationcustodia.fr/Studi-Schizzi-160. Or Listen to a symposium at the Harvard Art Museums held in conjunction with their exhibit, “The Art of Drawing in the Early Dutch Golden Age, 1590–1630: Selected Works from the Abrams Collection.”
You can also learn more about objects from permanent collections like examining a rare album of Guercino caricature drawings available online at The Princeton University Art Museum. https://artmuseum.princeton.edu/collections/objects/93320
Image: Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn, “A Farm on the Amsteldijk(?),” Brown ink, brown wash and white opaque watercolor on cream antique laid paper, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University