Prints from the Permanent Collection
September 8 — 26
This selection of prints from the permanent collection of the Museum of Art covers several centuries of printmaking from Dürer to the present time. Consisting principally of lithographs, etchings and engravings in black and white, the group includes many prints that have not been shown here in recent years. Goya, Whistler and Matisse, prominent names in the history of printmaking, share the gallery with less well-known contemporaries whose work is notable for technical proficiency.