Mini-Course / 500 Years of Prints with Dr. Nathan Timpano

Henri Edmond Cross (French, 1856-1910), Landscape with Cypresses (La Promenade ou Les Cypres), 1896

We are delighted to welcome back Dr. Nathan Timpano for a 3-part lecture series on The Paper Trail: 500 Years of Prints from the Jonathan “Jack” Frost Collection. Nathan Timpano is Chair of Art & Art History and Associate Professor Art History at the University of Miami. His research focuses on the history of modern art & visual culture(s) in the long nineteenth century (ca. 1789-1945), with a specialty in German and Austrian symbolism and expressionism. Participants will learn about the importance of printmaking and major artists who found new expressions through these media.

Space is limited; online registration required. Walk-ins welcome if tickets remain on the day of the program.

Cost: $80 for the series (includes Museum Admission) / Members $60

500 Years of Prints / PART II

Thursday, May 30 / 10:30AM-12PM