Artists at Work
This major exhibition will include some 100 European and American prints, drawings, and photographs drawn from the Cantor’s rich collection. A special feature will pay tribute to the legacy of Richard Diebenkorn—Stanford’s most accomplished and recognized graduate in art—by displaying, for the first time, the extraordinary recent gift of his sketchbooks, donated to the Cantor by Phyllis Diebenkorn, the artist’s widow. Artists at Work celebrates the opening of the Cantor’s neighbor the McMurtry Building, the new home of the Department of Art & Art History.
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IMAGE: Johann Jacobé (Austria, 1733–1797), The Life Class of the Vienna Academy, 1790. Mezzotint. Committee for Art Acquisitions Fund, 1986.277