A Treasury of Excellent Things: Re-Viewing the Paper Museum

In conjunction with the exhibition Paper Museums: The Reproductive Print in Europe, 1500–1800

An afternoon of talks on the making and collecting of reproductive prints in early modern Europe, moderated by Mariët Westermann, Director of NYU’s Institute of Fine Arts.

“Why Reproduce Backwards?”
Peter Parshall, Curator and Head of Department of Old Master Prints, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.

“Raphael and the Reproductive Print”
Lisa Pon, Assistant Professor of Art History, Southern Methodist University

“The Religious Function of Hendrick Goltzius’s ‘Meesterstukjes.’”
Walter Melion, Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Art History, Emory University

Coffee and Tea Break

“It All Began with Titian—A Cautionary Tale about Reproductions”
Suzanne Boorsch, Curator of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs, Yale University Art Gallery

“From Bervic to Henriquel-Dupont: Changes in the Status of Reproductive Engraving
in Post-Revolutionary France”
Stephen Bann, Professor of History of Art, University of Bristol, and Edmond J. Safra Visiting Professor, Center for Advanced Studies in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.

Discussion / Reception

Co-sponsored by the Institute of Fine Arts and the Grey Art Gallery. Seating is limited. Please RSVP

Starts 11/5/05 1:30 pm
Ends 11/5/05 5:30 pm
Participants Mariët Westermann, Peter Parshall, Lisa Pon, Walter Melion, Suzanne Boorsch, Stephen Bann
Location Institute of Fine Arts, Duke House, 1 East 78th Street
Cost Free


Program Types: Panel Reception