Skip to Navigation | Skip to Content

 

PRINTMAKERS OF HAARLEM

Rediscovering a Gift from the Rijksmuseum

Works from the Holland Historical Museum

November 7 - December 8, 2001

Printmakers of Haarlem, Rediscovering a Gift from the Rijksmuseum, includes seventeenth century etchings and tiles from the Permanent Collection of the Holland Museum given by the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. The exhibition, curated by Henry Luttikhuizen, Professor of Art History at Calvin College, offers observers a chance to see seventeenth–century Dutch prints after Jan van Goyen and Pieter Saenredam and consider their original function.

 

Click above image for full press release.