The Shelley and Donald Rubin Exhibition Series presents
The Sorrow of Too Many Joys:
Satire in 19th Century France
Including Master Drawings and Sculpture from the Schlossberg Collection
September 5 – December 6, 2015
The Sorrow of Too Many Joys examines satire and caricature utilized by artists in 19th century France such as Manet, Isabey, and Daumier. Recurring subjects include social and political satire, which sought to criticize various politicians and rulers, as well as fellow artists.
Curated by John Daniel Tilford, Curator of Collections, OUMA. This exhibition is part of The Shelley and Donald Rubin Exhibition Series.