Minneapolis Institute of Arts

A drawing collection brought to light

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WHITTIER — Within a circle of Minneapolis Institute of Arts curators, it is affectionately referred to as “our Mona Lisa.”

The work in question is a drawing, not a painting, made in 1910 by the Austrian artist Egon Schiele. It’s just one of the many surprises to be found in “Marks of Genius,” an astonishing sampling of more than 100 rarely seen drawings from the museum’s collection.

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