Spanish Art Acquisitions Enhance Meadows Museum Collection

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Spanish Art Acquisitions Enhance Meadows Museum Collection

The Meadows Museum, at SMU in Dallas, announced that it has acquired six new works for its collection: five Spanish drawings from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, including one by Alonso Cano (1601–1667), and one terracotta sculpture by the Catalan Modernist Agustín Querol y Subirats (1864–1909). Purchased together from De la Mano Gallery in Madrid, Spain, the five sheets reflect the strong tradition of Spanish draftsmanship in the early modern period, and significantly enhance the museum’s collection of drawings. Agustín Querol y Subirats (Spanish, 1864–1909), A Baby Rolling Over, 1884–87. Terracotta, 15 ¾ x 25 ¼ x 8 ¾ in. (40