This exhibition of works will be selected by students from Dr. Pia Cuneo’s Fall art history graduate seminar on early modern prints. Using actual objects created during the Renaissance, these students will have the special opportunity to conduct in-depth research in order to understand print production, social and gender norms, and many other topics of the early modern era.
Image: Stefano Della Bella, Death on the Battlefield, 1647 (Circa), Etching on paper; Herman van Swanevelt, Ruins of an Amphitheatre, 1629-1641 (Circa), Etching on laid paper; Albrecht Dürer, The Sea Monster (Das Meerwunder), 1498 (Circa), Engraving on laid paper
University of Arizona Museum of Art & Archive of Visual Arts
1031 North Olive Road
Tucson, AZ 85721-0002