Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: The Museum Year 2010

The Year

Prints, Drawings, and Photographs: July 2009–June 2010


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Allegorical Group Portrait Caspar Netscher, Red chalk, 2009.4231

Two Women and a Man Constantin Guys, Pen and dark brown ink over graphite, 2009.4230

A Monster Outside a Cave Attributed to Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri), Pen and brown ink, brush and brown wash, 2009.4229

Storm on the Sea of Galilee Unidentified artist, Italian, 16th century, Pen and dark brown ink, brush and gray wash, heightened with white, over traces of black chalk, 2009.4228

Adoration of the Shepherds Unidentified artist, French, 18th century, Pen and brown ink, brush and brown ink over graphite, 2009.4227

Three Studies of Arms Eugène Delacroix, Red and black chalk, 2009.4226

Design for a Lunette (Castor and Pollux?) Pietro da Cortona (Pietro Berrettini), about 1642–1644, Pen and dark brown (iron gall) ink over black chalk, 2009.4225

Cliffs with a Grotto Gherardo Cibo, Pen and brown ink over red chalk, with pale yellow ink wash, 2009.4224

Final Study for Little Cindy Stephen Scott Young, 2008, Graphite on gessoed panel, 2009.4002

Duendecitos (Hobgoblins), Plate 49 from "Los Caprichos" Francisco Goya y Lucientes, Drawn and etched 1797–98, published 1799, Etching and burnished aquatint, first edition, 2009.3996

Mucho hay que chupar (There is plenty to suck), Plate 45 from "Los Caprichos" Francisco Goya y Lucientes, Drawn and etched 1797–98, published 1799, Etching and burnished aquatint, first edition, 2009.3995

No hubo remedio (Nothing Could Be Done About It), Plate 24 from "Los Caprichos" Francisco Goya y Lucientes, Drawn and etched 1797–98, published 1799, Etching and burnished aquatint, first edition, 2009.3994