From Mantegna to Picasso

drawings from the Thaw Collection at the Pierpont Morgan Library, New York : catalogue
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Royal Academy of Arts, Pierpont Morgan Library , London, [New York]
Thaw, Eugene Victor -- Art collections -- Exhibitions., Thaw, Clare -- Art collections -- Exhibitions., Pierpont Morgan Library -- Exhibitions., Drawing -- Exhibitions., Drawing -- Private collections -- New York (State) -- New York -- Exhibitions., Drawing -- New York (State) -- New York -- Exhibit

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Statementby Cara Dufour Denison ... [et al.] ; with contributions from Eugene Victor Thaw and Charles E. Pierce, Jr.
ContributionsDenison, Cara D., Thaw, Eugene Victor., Thaw, Clare., Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain)
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LC ClassificationsNC17.G7 L646 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 247 p. :
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Open LibraryOL973009M
ISBN 10087598116X
LC Control Number96009895

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In that one the boy and horse are accompanied by a twinned couple. The mounted boy (far left) also appears in a separate drawing. Picasso must have had this in mind, as he drew this horse facing into the canvas, that the word for easel in both French and Spanish is derived from et in French; caballete in Spanish.

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