Ingres at the Morgan

Ingres at the Morgan

The probity of drawing unfolds in the form of Jean-Dominique Ingres’ small works on paper at the Morgan Library. Seventeen drawings in the Library’s holdings and three letters are displayed in a single, focused, crystalline room. De Jong writes: “Seventeen drawings in the Library’s holdings and three letters are displayed in a single, focused, crystalline room… As direct and immediate as any drawing made in the history of the practice, Ingres portraits, nudes and landscapes mark time with each pencil line… Cumulatively, the constellation of marks stands for a unit of time spent looking and drawing.”

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