Four Morgan O’Hara drawings accepted into the permanent collection of the British Museum in London

  • Morgan O'Hara Drawing 2
  • Morgan O'Hara Drawing 1
Four drawings by Transart Advisor and New York Artist Morgan O’Hara have been accepted into the permanent collection of the British Museum in London this week.

The drawings include:

LIVE TRANSMISSION: movement of the hands of DAVID GREILSAMMER performing on piano and conducting the Suedama Orchestra in Mozart’s Piano Concerto in C Minor, KV491, 92nd Street Y, New York City 2001 – graphite on Bristol 23 x 29 inches;

LIVE TRANSMISSION: movement of the hands of John Tilbury, Mark Sanders and John Edwards performing at Cafe Oto , London 2014 – graphite on Bristol 23 x 29 inches

KEYBOARD STUDY No. 35: John Cale performing at the Waschhaus in Potsdam 1996 – sumi ink on Czech music paper published during the Communist era – 17 x 21 inches

KEYBOARD STUDY 17B: Gene Carl performing John Cage’s Sonatas and Interludes, Slovak Philharmonie Hall, Bratislava 1992. – sumi ink on Czech music paper published during the Communist era – 17 x 21 inches

Credit: Keyboard Study No. 35 and 17B are posted here.

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