Sargent to Freud:
Modern British Paintings and Drawings

Sargent to Freud: Modern British Paintings and Drawings in the Beaverbrook Collection is a traveling exhibition now at the Arthur Ross Gallery through December 13. It was organized by Curator Ian Lumsden from the collection assembled by Canadian press magnate, the first Baron Beaverbrook, who was a long-time resident of England and patron of British art. The exhibit is an assemblage of modern British paintings and drawings acquired by Lord Beaverbrook toward the end of his life, for his last philanthropic endeavor, the building of The Beaverbrook Art Gallery. The exhibition was co-curated by Richard Shone with support from the Arthur Ross Foundation and The Beaverbrook Foundation.


Almanac, Vol. 45, No. 10, November 3, 1998

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