Published: May 21, 2002
LONDON – The second staging of Master Drawings in London will July 7-12, with three new galleries – Martyn Gregory, Grosvenor Gallery and Stoppenbach & Delestre -participating this year.
Twenty of London’s most respected specialists, many of whom are private dealers, will be taking part. During Master Drawings in London each of the participants will hold an exhibition in the West End, showing their best and most interesting drawings, giving the public a chance to view a wide range of this rare material.
Drawings will include “Study of a Mourning Woman,” a rare drawing by Michelangelo shown by Jean-Luc Baroni, which has recently been acquired by an American private collector. “Sermon on the Mount” by Giovanni Dominico Tiepolo will be exhibited by Crispian Riley-Smith, and a number of French Eighteenth Century drawings, including work by Hubert Robert, François Boucher and Théodore Géricault, will be displayed by Didier Aaron.
Hazlitt Gooden & Fox will have an exhibition devoted to “The Age of Jazz,” which will include many evocative images of the 1920s including some of the celebrated entertainer, Josephine Baker. New participant Grosvenor Gallery will be exhibiting pictures by Gustav Klimt, Georges Braque and Andre Derain while The Maas Gallery has a good selection of pictures by Sir Joseph Noel Paton.
Coinciding with Master Drawings is an exhibition of The Maida and George Abrams Collection of Dutch and Flemish Drawings at The British Museum.
For more information www.masterdrawingsinlondon.co.uk.
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