Thursday, March 5, 2009

Recommended shows in New York

Right now there are some great shows in New York, here are a few that will be closing in the next few months, so check them out soon!

At the Metropolitan Museum of Art: Raphael to Renoir, Drawings from the collection of Jean Bonna, through April 26 2009

Jean-Baptiste Greuze, head of a young girl, 1770, red chalks on paper

At the Morgan Library: The Thaw Collection of Master Drawings, through May 3 2009

Paul Gauguin, Study for Breton Girls Dancing, 1888, pastel and charcoal, with watercolor and gouache, on cream-colored paper.

At the New York Historical Society: Audubon's Aviary, original watercolors and prints, through April 5 2009

John James Audubon, Yellow-breasted Chat (Icteria virens), Havell plate no. 137, 1829.

At the Hammer Galleries (33 W 57th St, close to school): Artist, Model and Muse: Women in 19th & 20th Century Art, through April 30 2009

Thomas Anshutz, Portrait of Helen Thurlow, 1910, pastel on linen canvas

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