Rembrandt van Rijn, View of Amsterdam, c. 1640, Etching, Bequest of Herschel V. Jones
Saturday, May 20, 2006Sunday, September 17, 2006
U.S. Bank Gallery, Galleries 315, 316, and 344
This exhibition showcases the remarkable depth of the Herschel V. Jones Collection, the seminal gift at the core of the print holdings of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
Consisting of more than 200 etchings, engravings, lithographs, and woodcuts, this exhibition includes dozens of rarely or never seen masterpieces representing five centuries of printmaking.
From Dürer to Cassatt begins in U.S. Bank Gallery and extends into three galleries on the third floor. See listings below for these related exhibitions.
Monsters and Mayhem: Renaissance Prints from the Jones Collection
The Winton Jones Print and Drawing Gallery (344)
The Genius of Rembrandt: Selected Etchings from the Jones Collection
At the Water's Edge: 19th Century Prints from the Jones Collection
A fully illustrated catalogue accompanies the exhibition.
This exhibition is organized by the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and made possible with generous support from Anchor Bank.