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Pakistani artist Saira Wasim's series of Mogul style gouaches is in the same room, including Friendship after September 11, which shows George W. Bush and Pervez Musharraf, smiling beatifically while embracing under a ceremonial pergola.
The exhibit, which runs until June 5 and won't travel, includes half of the 40 gouaches Chagall produced as preliminary sketches for the book's engravings.
Throughout her long, prolific life Delaunay produced hundreds of masterly easel paintings and gouaches.
Overdue but Underdone Lance Esplund 2011
Candace Jans, a Boston artist, exhibits and sells the studies gouaches and alkyds for her larger oil paintings, of which she may only produce two a year.
Daniel Grant: The Art World's Slowpokes Daniel Grant 2011
They range from austere pencil or pen-and-ink drawings to opulent watercolors, gouaches and pastels.
Portrait of a Restless Artist as a Young Man Karen Wilkin 2011
The exhibition features her 1946 oil painting, 'Rythme Coloré,' as well as gouaches, illustrated poems and pochoir prints.
Curator Alison Smith's greatest triumph is the final room, where a wall generously hung with 10 of Turner's most abstract works faces a wall of abstract (but only in the sense of being not strictly representational) works ranging from Alexander Cozens's pictures made by starting with ink blots (circa 1785) to Howard Hodgkin's glowering 1977 gouache and lithograph "A Storm" and puzzlingly cheerful 1979 watercolor, gouaches and lithograph "Here We Are in Croydon."
The Tate's Flood of Inspiration Paul Levy 2011
There are also watercolors and gouaches that served as a draft for many of Chagall's glassworks.
The exhibition features her 1946 oil painting, 'Rythme ColorÃ©,' as well as gouaches, illustrated poems and pochoir prints.
She painted over 1,000 gouaches of her life, and a series about her crazy family.