N.B. due to unforeseen circumstances, the date for this program has been changed to 28 October 2017
This daylong symposium will examine how both pedagogical approaches and increased watermarks data for Rembrandt’s prints can be used along with traditional connoisseurship to answer questions about Rembrandt as a printmaker–and raise new ones. Speakers will discuss cross-disciplinary projects and collaborative research in academic collections, and how they extend the reach of existing knowledge about Rembrandt’s practice. A panel discussion will explore the teaching of Rembrandt’s prints from a variety of perspectives in different settings, including the university, the encyclopedic museum, and the conservation studio.
Registration is free; contact Elizabeth Saggese at email@example.com or 607-254-4642 to reserve a space.
Erik Hinterding, Curator of Prints, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
“Rembrandt’s Paper: State of the research and where we go from here”
Susan Donahue Kuretsky, Professor of Art, Vassar College
“In Love with Line: Tales of Teaching with Rembrandt”
Additional presentations by Andaleeb Badiee Banta, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College; Stephanie Dickey, Queen’s University; Margaret Holben Ellis, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University; C. Richard Johnson, Jr., Cornell University; Elizabeth Nogrady, Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College; Nadine Orenstein, Metropolitan Museum of Art; Gregory Page, Cornell University; Lisa Pincus, Cornell University; and Andrew C. Weislogel, Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University.
For more information, see museum.cornell.edu