CINCINNATI ART MUSEUM organized this small exhibition under the brilliant scholarship of curator Benedict Leca. Although the show itself consisted of only eleven paintings, these works were reproduced in uncommon detail within the catalog. The design allows the reader to closely and slowly examine the canvases, looking for the subtle details that are explored in the three accompanying essays. Horizontal and vertical sections of the paintings are reproduced across sequences of spreads adding visual renewal to paintings that many have come to dismiss with modern eyes. The biggest challenge for the catalog was to acquire images large enough to make these super details possible. Since most museums now trade in digital images, any enlargements beyond typical bounds required planning and effort.