Jane Glaubinger joined the museum in 1974 and is responsible for all aspects of the museum’s European and American print collection ranging from the 15th century until today, as well as modern Japanese prints.
She has organized numerous exhibitions at the museum, including Modern Gothic: The Etchings of John Taylor Arms (2012), Rembrandt Prints from The Morgan Library & Museum (2012), A Passion for Prints: The John Bonebrake Donation (2011), Against the Grain: Woodcuts from the Collection (2003), Elizabeth Catlett: Prints and Sculpture (2002), Inventive Impressions: 18th and 19th century French Prints (2001), Rembrandt to Rauschenberg: Recently Acquired Prints, and Picasso as Printmaker (2000).
Her publications include the exhibition catalogues Paper Now: Bent, Molded, and Manipulated (1986), Contemporary Prints from Cleveland Collections (1989), Dorothy Dehner: Drawings, Prints, Sculpture (1995), Modern Masterworks on Paper from The Israel Museum, Jerusalem (1999) and Midwest Modern: The Color Woodcuts of Mabel Hewit. Glaubinger has also contributed to the journals Dialogue, New Organization of the Visual Arts News, Hand Papermaking, The Bulletin of the Cleveland Museum of Art, and Cleveland Art.
Glaubinger holds an MA and a PhD in art history from Case Western Reserve University. She received a two-year fellowship from the Cleveland Museum of Art in 1974. Her BA in art history is from the State University of New York at Buffalo.