June 14, 1946
Twenty-five examples of the graphic work of Raoul Dufy will be placed on exhibition Friday, June 14, in the small Print Gallery of the Brooklyn Museum to be current through August 18. Composed of etchings, lithographs and woodcuts, it is a representative collection of Dufy’s work. The examples amply show his skillful use of color, line and casual composition. Included in the exhibition are the following items: Mauresque etendue, Tete de Negresse, Le danse, Baigneuse, Nu Assis, Le Golfe de St. Juan and Regates. Also shown are two books with illustrations by Dufy: one, “La Belle Enfant” by Montfort, contains numerous etchings and the other, “Mon Docteur le Vin” has reproductions in color after water colors by the artist.
Brooklyn Museum Archives. Records of the Department of Public Information. Press releases, 1942 - 1946. 04-06/1946, 079. View Original