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Rethinking Romanticism: Works By Blake, Turner, Goya At Yale

Rethinking Romanticism: Works By Blake, Turner, Goya At Yale

Any art exhibition that features the work of Blake, Turner, Stubbs, Goya, Gericault, Delacroix and Constable is worth seeing. Period. These masters, and many others just as awe-inspiring, are currently on view in "The Critique of Reason, Romantic Art, 1760-1860," the first collaborative exhibition between the Yale University Art Gallery and the Yale Center for British Art (the latter is closed for a year for conservation work on the building). With that said — and given the brilliant curatorial staffs of both museums — the resultant exhibition, "The Critique of Reason," is more of a hodgepodge than the super grand homestand one might have anticipated....

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