Reconsidering Rouault: Prints and Paintings from Three San Diego Collections
More than 25 prints and paintings from three San Diego collections, including selections from the artist’s famous cycle “Miserere.” These etchings and aquatints were created as plea for compassion and justice during the horrors of World War I. They will be shown together with several paintings and prints by the artist which have not been shown at USD before. Exhibit takes place in the Robert and Karen Hoehn Family Galleries in Founders Hall.
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