Lovis Corinth: Master Prints and Drawings from the Marcy Family Collection and the National Gallery of Art

September 12, 1993 – February 21, 1994

East Building, Ground Floor, Northeast

THIS EXHIBITION IS NO LONGER ON VIEW AT THE NATIONAL GALLERY.

Overview: This exhibition of 75 prints and drawings by Corinth celebrated the 50th anniversary gift to the National Gallery of 134 works from the Sigbert H. Marcy family. Included in the show were nudes, portraits, self-portraits, mythological and religious scenes, landscapes, and interiors.

Organization: Andrew Robison, Andrew W. Mellon senior curator, and Christopher B. With, coordinating curator of art information, were joint curators.

Attendance: 85,707

Catalog: Lovis Corinth: Master Prints and Drawings from the Marcy Family and the National Gallery of Art, by Christopher B. With. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art, 1993.

Image: Lovis Corinth, Girl Reading (Lesendes M├Ądchen), 1911, lithograph in black on japan paper, Gift of the Marcy Family in memory of Sigbert H. Marcy, 1991.210.12

Related Artists

Corinth, Lovis
German
, 1858 - 1925