Exhibiton: The Eternal Masquerade: Prints and Paintings by Gerald Leslie Brockhurst

7 Sep 2006

060907exhibbrock3_278x350 This exhibition, on view through October 8, chronicles the work of painter and printmaker Gerald Brockhurst.

The Eternal Masquerade: Prints and Paintings by Gerald Leslie Brockhurst (1890–1978) From the Jacob Burns Foundation
Through October 8, 2006
Georgia Museum of Art
Athens, Georgia
(706) 542-4662

This exhibition, on view through October 8, chronicles the work of painter and printmaker Gerald Brockhurst. Widely recognized as one of the most successful British portrait artists of the 20th century, Brockhurst produced paintings of many prominent figures, including J. Paul Getty and the Duchess of Windsor. The exhibition is drawn from the Jacob Burns Foundation’s repository of works by the artist at the Georgia Museum of Art.

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Adolescence (Kathleen Nancy Woodward)
1932, etching on wove paper, 14 3/8 x 10 ½. Collection Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, Georgia.
Deux Landaises (Anaïs and Marguérite), also called Evening
1923, etching on laid paper, 7 15/16 x 6. Collection Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, Georgia; on loan from the Jacob Burns Foundation, Pleasantville, New York.
Jeunesse Dorée (Kathleen Nancy Woodward) also called Ophelia
1942, etching on wove paper, 10 7/8 x 8 ¼. Collection Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, Georgia; on loan from the Jacob Burns Foundation, Pleasantville, New York.

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