K of C show on alumnus William Congdon

“Morgen Tod.” 1945, one of the sketches Congdon did of the Bergen Belsen concentration camp. © The William G. Congdon Foundation.jpg
“The Summer City,” 1949 © The William G. Congdon Foundation.jpg
Congdon drawing in Venice, 1953 © The William G. Congdon Foundation.jpg
“Crocefisso No. 9 (Crucifix),” 1961 Private collection Milan © The William G. Congdon Foundation.jpg)
“Crocefisso No. 16 (Crucifix),” 1964 © The William G. Congdon Foundation.jpg)
“Bassa Milanese, Nero Verde Cristo (Milanese Lowlands, Black Green Christ),” 1980 © The William G. Congdon Foundation.jpg)
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The Knights of Columbus Museum in downtown New Haven is hosting a retrospective of work by American artist and Yale alumnus William G. Congdon (1912–1998) through Sept. 1. Here are some of the featured works.
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