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April 6, 2007 - June 24, 2007
Museum: American Art Museum
Location: 1st Floor, Special Exhibitions Gallery
Approximately 120 works on paper and board, paintings, sculpture, and other objects by Saul Steinberg (1914-1999) reveal his intensely personal, humorous, and sharply observant view of 20th-century life. Steinberg's work gave graphic definition to the postwar age through a dozen books of drawings and hundreds of incisive illustrations for the New Yorker and other periodicals.
Catalogue: $65 (cloth)
See related article in Smithsonian magazine: May 2007, pp. 41-42.
This exhibition was organized by The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College and will travel.