Fifty-eight Stations of the Cross is what you might call Georges Rouault’s powerful series of etchings, Miserere et Guerre, on view through May 28 at the Museum of Biblical Art near New York’s Lincoln Center. The exhibit, which hopes to travel to other cities, constitutes the first major showing of Rouault in the United States in more than forty years. As the work’s title indicates (Miserere, from the first line of Psalm 51, “Have mercy, Lord”; and...
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