1946 July - 1946 August 29
"Charcoal Drawings of Mexico by B.H. Rosenbaum" featured 19 original charcoal drawings by the artist B.H. Rosenbaum. Rosenbaum recorded many of the outstanding architectural features of Mexico's past as well as its modern centers and landscapes. His subjects included architectural achievements of the Aztecs as well as Mexico's famous cathedrals, gardens and plazas. The exhibitio, representing the cultural achievements of Mexico, was on exhibit in the 77th Street Foyer at the American Museum of Natural History from July 1946 until August 29, 1946.
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