Caricature and Its Role in Graphic Satire examines the development of caricature in portraits and its role as an independent genre in engravings, prints, and drawings. This comprehensive survey of graphic satire ranges from the Middle Ages to the nineteenth century.
Curated by Jergen Schulz, Charlene S. Crowley, Johanna Gill, Elizabeth G. Grossman, Ruth Little, Margaret S, Smith, and Beeke Sell
Surveys the portrait bust in sculpture from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries.
Curated by Carl Goldstein, Christina Cameron, David Chase, Peter Fusco, Myra F. Harrison, Ann E. Horlacher, Walter A. Liedtke, and Alice H. Reid
Brown University Faculty Artists, 1969 includes the work of Robert Cronin, Walter Feldman, Richard Fishman, John Jagel, Edward Koren, Hugh Townley, and John Udvardy.