2017 historical prints exhibit

The Nude – A Survey in Prints

Our 2017 historical prints exhibit focuses on the nude. Kenneth Clark writes that the nude is not a subject in art so much as it is an art form, invented in ancient Greece, with its own systematic visual language. This exhibit surveys images of the nude, dating from the middle Renaissance through the present day, curated from the Bell family collection of fine art prints. Go here to sample the exhibit.

Robert Bell will offer a tour and discussion of the exhibit on the Sunday following the opening.

Opening: Friday, Dec 1st, 5:30 – 7:30pm
Exhibit Tour: Sunday, Dec. 3rd, 3pm, by RSVP
Exhibit: December 1st thru December 31st

RSVP for the exhibit tour and discussion by email, or call 988-1814

Image: details from Max Weber’s Untitled (Nude) and J. A. D. Ingres’ The Source