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October 5, 1984 – December 24, 1984
American Art Museum
8th and F Streets, NW
Location: 1st Floor, Granite Gallery
See 110 woodcuts, intaglios, and lithographs drawn from NMAA's extensive holdings in an exhibition that celebrates the artist's 85th birthday. Born in Germany, Drewes (pronounced (Dre-vess) immigrated to the U.S. and was a founding member of the American Abstract Artists group in 1973; later he spent 19 years teaching at Washington University in St. Louis. Although he retired in 1964--he now lives in Reston, Va.--he continues to be an active printmaker and painter.