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Masterworks from the Albertina: Renaissance to Rococo
01 January 2002



The Frick Art and Historical Center IN Pittsburgh is running an exhibition titled “Masterworks from the Albertina: Renaissance to Rococo” due to last until March 3rd 2002.

Representative of the extraordinary quality and breadth of the collection, Masterworks from the Albertina: Renaissance to Rococo spans 300 years of Western European draftsmanship, from the sixteenth through the eighteenth centuries, and features drawings by such renowned artists as Durer, Rembrandt, Rubens, Michelangelo, Raphael, Poussin, and Fragonard.

In all, some eighty drawings and twenty'two prints by masters of the German, Dutch, Flemish, Italian, and French schools will be on view.

Among the many other highlights are Rembrandt's Hundred Guilder Print, one of the artist's most famous and complex etchings, Rubens' arresting study of his young son Nicolaas, Michelangelo's Three Men Standing in Mantles, one of the artist's earliest known drawings, Raphael's Two Women with Children, a preparatory drawing for one of the artist's frescoes in the Vatican, landscape drawings by the great 17th century French classicists Poussin and Claude Lorrain and drawings by Boucher and Fragonard, two supreme exponents of the French Rococo.

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