Wednesday, March 15, May 17, and June 7, 6:00.
Join Mellon Curatorial Fellow James Wehn for a close look at a selection of early German engravings. The 30-minute discussion will focus on interpreting each image and understanding how people experienced and used these prints that made both religious and secular art available to a wide audience of Renaissance nobles, artisans, merchants, clergy, and scholars.
Meet in gallery 113.
Free, no registration required. This talk will be repeated on May 17 and June 7.