As part of the AMAM’s centennial celebration, this exhibition investigates Rembrandt prints in academic collections.
The exhibition Lines of Inquiry: Learning from Rembrandt’s Etchings—coorganized with Cornell University’s Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art—brings together 60 prints by the Dutch 17th-century master to examine his enduring status as a printmaker and the multivalent nature of his works. The exhibition will provide an introduction to the Watermark in Rembrandt Etchings (WIRE) project, a collaboration between museum staff, professors, and students at Cornell University dedicated to digitally facilitating access to Rembrandtwatermark scholarship, through didactic and interactive components that inform the visitor of the technical studies of the papers that Rembrandt used to print his etchings.
Tue. Apr 3rd to May 1st | Allen Memorial Art Museum
Allen Memorial Art Museum
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