The Brownies At Home, written and illustrated by Palmer Cox, published by The Century Company, 1893. 10 1/4 x 8 1/2 x 11/16 in. Collection Cartoon Art Museum, San Francisco, CA. Image: E. G. Schempf.
PITTSBURGH, PA.- This summer the Frick galleries are home to three simultaneous exhibitions of masterful prints. Built around the Frick’s permanent collection of 18th-century mezzotints and 19th-century chromolithographs, and complemented by a traveling exhibition The Prints of Jacques Callot, these three exhibitions span over two hundred years and provide a look at three different centuries, yet all the works demonstrate the importance of the printmaker in recording, publishing and disseminating a distinct view of the world. The exhibitions, which open at The Frick Art Museum on Saturday, June 16, 2012 will remain on view through September 20, 2012. Admission is free. Jacques Callot (1592–1635) revolutionized printmaking. One of the first artists to gain fame exclusively through prints, Callot made over 1400 prints in his ... More
Friday, June 15, 2012
The Frick Art & Historical Center presents "Three Centuries of Printmaking"
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