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Doctoral candidate Liz Simmons' essay "Discovering Frank Duveneck's Drawings" appears in the exhibition catalogue Frank Duveneck: American Master, published this month by the Cincinnati Art Museum in association with D Giles Limited. Her study is the first to investigate the role of drawing in the practice of American painter Frank Duveneck (1848-1919), an artist known for his direct painting method and virtuoso brushwork. While serving as the curatorial research assistant for the first comprehensive exhibition on the artist in over thirty years, Simmons was able to analyze the Cincinnati Art Museum's large collection of Duveneck drawings including preparatory sketches for paintings and sculpture, academic studies from live models, whimsical caricatures of friends, finished pastel portraits and watercolor landscapes, as well as sketchbooks that span almost 50 years.
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