Drawings 1941-1975

Drawings 1941-1975

Weilding a razor-sharpened pencil with surgical precision, midcentury American artist Gray Foy created a visionary body of drawings from 1941 to 1975—work then highly respected and collected by museums nationwide. Yet by the time of his death, in 2012, Foy’s reputation as an artist had faded. The discovery in his estate of a large cache of his drawings, most hidden away in drawers and closets, prompted a five-and-a-half-year research project aimed at reintroducing his work to the narrative of American art, an effort that culminates with this exhibition and the publication of a monograph commemorating his life and art.

Drawings 1941-1975

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