The Art of Georges Rouault: A video and a slideshow

In the November 24 issue Franco Marmondo writes about Boston Colleges exhibit on the art of Georges Rouault. For those who cant visit the show at BCs McMullen Museum, the curator has made available a slideshow and a video chronicling Rouaults life and work.

View the slideshow.

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View the video.

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8 years 10 months ago
Mormando's article was forceful. Art here is closely linked with prayer. Thank you for reintroducing me to an artist who has been on the edge of my consciousness but will now be fully present. Charles Novo

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