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Written by FDAC Board Member Sharifa T. Lookman ’17 Mid-leap, her voluptuous skirt flies up. The fabric hugs her torso and thighs, while the tail of her skirt billows around her in the movement. She appears mid performance, smiling with blushed cheeks at an invisible audience in the upper left, as she fills a wine […]

By Clare Rogan, Davison Art Center Curator With a swirling striped skirt, elegant leg o’mutton sleeves, and a green hat topped with exuberant feathers, the Parisienne turns to leave the scene. Her red parasol shields her from the summer sun as she catches the eye of the artist, Henri Evenepoel. But she can’t leave yet! […]

An early 19th century lithograph by Francisco Goya from the Davison Art Center collection is part of an exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston entitled “Goya: Order and Disorder” that opened October 12 and runs through January 19. It is the largest Goya exhibit in North America in 25 years. To learn more please […]

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