The Etching Revival: The Art of the Print 1850-1930

VNC 101 U001
August 24–October 12, 2017

Special non-credit eight-week course with David Prince
Join Associate Director and Curator of Collections David Prince for an eight week class that will examine the Etching Revival in Europe and America. The class will discuss the Revival’s beginnings, and the artists, printers and publishers who contributed to its success. Supplementing class discussions will be regular opportunities to examine period examples of etching from the SUArt Galleries extensive permanent collection featuring etchings by James McNeill Whistler and Sir Francis Seymour Haden, two of the more important artists working at the time. An early class will examine how etchings are made and will include a visit to the university’s ComArt building where students will witness a demonstration of the etching process.

Meeting in the Print Study Room of the SUArt Galleries
Shaffer Art Building, Main Campus
Course Fee: $125

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