The Ecce Homo, King Caspar, the Virgin and Child, and the Arms of the Families Kündig and Pfyffer (detail), 1592, Christoph Murer. Black ink, gray wash, traces of black chalk. The J. Paul Getty Museum

Marks of Collaboration: Drawings in Context

GETTY CENTER

Daily, through April 14

The Getty Center


Free | No ticket required


Centered on the Museum's recently acquired design for a painted glass window by Christoph Murer, this installation explores the ways in which sixteenth-century Swiss designers and glass painters communicated with each other through drawings. With a selection of five works, the display investigates how visual and textual information provided by designers, guided the execution of paintings on glass. Through close study, visitors can uncover the designer's cues and grasp how these two sorts of artists worked together so successfully.


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