The poor go first: A Getty exhibit's timely message for LA

Vol. 8 | No. 19 | September 22, 2022

A painting titled “Beggar,” from about 1735–40 by Italian painter Giacomo Ceruti, is among the pieces in a special exhibit now at the Getty Museum in Brentwood. On Page 10, contributor Stefano Rebeggiani reviews the collection of art by Ceruti — who almost exclusively painted the poor and the outcasts — and ponders what they have to say to us today.

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