This lovely print by Pablo Picasso joined the collection in 1956. It isn’t currently on view at the Mead, but a small collection of other sketches by the infamous artist are, alongside prints by his friend and rival Henri Matisse.
The Mead’s fall exhibition, This Just In! Additions to the Collection from Pompeii to Today, is on view now through December 29. Included in the exhibition is the Mead’s newly acquired Roman sarcophagus, inscribed with a memorial poem for the two children it once held.
Also on view is an exquisite print by Albrecht Dürer:
Contemporary art by Jonathan Meese:
And so much more.