Tues - Sat: 10am - 5pm
Sun: 1pm - 5pm
The Arlington Museum of Art presents their 2012 summer show, Rembrandt: An Evolution of Etchings. The exhibition will feature etchings from four major themes of his work including portraits and self-portraits, biblical scenes, genre scenes, and landscapes. The exhibition will feature some of his most celebrated etchings as well as some of his lesser-known and rarely exhibited pieces.
As an accompaniment to the exhibit, UT Arlington art experts will give public talks on Rembrandt, his life and his work as an artist. They will also discuss the art of etching itself and what creating an etching entails.
"Rembrandt, The Dutch Master"
Presented by Beth Wright, Dean, UT Arlington College of Liberal Arts
June 14 at 6pm
"What is an Etching?"
Presented by Nancy Palmeri, UT Arlington Associate Professor and Printmaker
June 21 at 6pm
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