Jenny Saville is mainly known for her oversized oil paintings depicting opulent fleshy nudes whose enormous size at once convey a robust intensity and a delicate intimacy. In a new exhibition at Gagosian, Saville sets nudes on plinths in classical postures with overemphasized feet and hands in front of heavily graffitied studio walls.  They radiate a visceral beauty that demonstrates Saville’s mastery of the female gaze. In this show, however, it is her drawings that shine. The translucent quality of the medium allows the overlay of multiple bodies and complex perspectives where limbs variously stretch, contract, and relax. A tender Pieta-like composition is a masterly contemporary correlative to last year’s blockbuster show of Michelangelo’s drawings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. At Gagosian through June 16.