Lucian Freud Drawings

In the June 21 issue, <a href="">Sanford Schwartz writes</a>, “‘Lucian
Freud Drawings,’ which was assembled by the critic William Feaver, who has written extensively about the artist and planned out the show with him in the
years before his death, covers far more than the 1940s. It goes from a picture of birds made when Freud was eight to a chalk drawing of a man’s head and
shoulders from last year. Including examples of the painter’s ink, pencil, conte crayon, watercolor, and charcoal drawings, with a nod to the etchings he
began doing in number from the 1980s onward, it gives an inviting and somewhat informal overview of his entire working life.”

Acquavella Galleries is open to the public Monday-Saturday, 10
– 5

Category: Exhibition
Acquavella Galleries
18 East 79th Street,
New York, NY