The Figure Examined

Picasso, Dali, Rodin, Pollock and more arrive at the Philbrook Museum of Art.

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Salvador Dalí. Spanish, 1904–1989. Célise Receives Germeuil’s Letter , 1968. From the series “The Marquis de Sade”. Gouache on paper. Kasser Mochary Art. Foundation, Montclair, New Jersey. Photo courtesy Philbrook Museum of Art.

Salvador Dalí. Spanish, 1904–1989. Célise Receives Germeuil’s Letter , 1968. From the series “The Marquis de Sade”. Gouache on paper. Kasser Mochary Art. Foundation, Montclair, New Jersey. Photo courtesy Philbrook Museum of Art.

Opening May 31

Philbrook Museum of Art’s newest exhibit, The Figure Examined, brings some of the most prominent European and American artists and their works of the 19th and 20th centuries to an exhibition that examines the portrayal of the human figure. The works of Auguste Rodin, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso and Jackson Pollock, among others, all in one room, will allow audiences a unique exploration of the different meanings that can be expressed through human form. See the more than 100 works that include paintings, sculptures and works on paper drawn from the Kasser Mochary Art Foundation. The exhibit runs through Sept. 13. For more information, visit www.philbrook.org.

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