A symposium on “Printmaking in the Circle of Rembrandt” will take place at the University of San Diego.
Walter Liedtke, curator of European paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and other experts will discuss “Rembrandt, his Pupils and Ferdinand Bol,” “The Genius of an Old Master: Rembrandt in Middle Age” and “Rembrandt as a Printmaker.”
The symposium coincides with several current exhibitions in San Diego: “Rembrandt’s Recession: Passion and Prints in the Dutch Golden Age” at the Timken Museum of Art; “From Rembrandt’s Studio: The Prints of Ferdinand Bol” at the San Diego Museum of Art and “Prints in the Artist’s Studio: Rubens’s Print Collection Reconstructed” at the Hoehn Family Galleries at USD.
Location: Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice, University of San Diego. Get Directions