Future of Drawings Study at Harvard

This summer’s two drawings exhibitions were just the tip of the iceberg for education, events, and exhibitions related to drawings at the Harvard Art Museums.

Drawn to Drawings

Edouard Kopp, the Maida and George Abrams Associate Curator of Drawings, shares why he’s thrilled about the success of the museums’ drawings exhibitions this summer, related programming, and the future of drawings study at Harvard.

Symbolism On View

The exhibition Flowers of Evil: Symbolist Drawings, 1870–1910 showcases the work of artists who shared an interest in making the invisible visible. 

Dutch and Flemish Masters in the Spotlight

The newly published catalogue Drawings from the Age of Bruegel, Rubens, and Rembrandt, by William W. Robinson, the Maida and George Abrams Curator of Drawings, emeritus, along with an accompanying exhibition and programming, celebrate the museums’ Dutch, Flemish, and Netherlandish drawings from the...

A Focus on Drawings

The strength of the Harvard Art Museums’ drawings collection is abundantly evident in two new exhibitions this summer: Drawings from the Age of Bruegel, Rubens, and Rembrandt and Flowers of Evil: Symbolist Drawings, 1870–1910.

George Grosz Drawings Now On View

After a recent rotation of works on paper at the Harvard Art Museums, two drawings by German-born artist George Grosz are now on display, joining a number of other Grosz works already on view in the galleries. His Terror in the Streets (1916) and Café (c. 1919) contribute to a deeper understanding o...