Picasso works among Clark summer exhibits

Starting in June
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The Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts, will show works by Pablo Picasso, Helen Frankenthaler and Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema this summer.

“Picasso: Encounters,” an exhibit of 35 large-scale prints and the 1901 “Self-Portrait” from his Blue Period, opens June 4.

“Orchestrating Elegance: Alma-Tadema and Design,” also opening June 4, features furniture, paintings, textiles and sculpture from the music room in the New York City mansion of Henry Gurdon Marquand.

Two Frankenthaler exhibits open on July 2: one of her nature-inspired abstract expressionist paintings and another of her woodcuts over four decades.

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