Advance timed ticket reservations are required. Clark members do not need a reservation. Face masks required for all visitors. See clarkart.edu/health for details.
Member Gallery Talk: Dürer and After
Thursday, September 16, 2021
9:00 AM–10:00 AM
Over five centuries, Albrecht Dürer’s achievements as a printmaker have inspired other artists to copy his example. From faithful imitations to more free-spirited interpretations, along a spectrum from reverent homage to crafty opportunism, copies after Dürer offer a unique lens through which to consider his formidable legacy. This in-gallery member talk focuses on original versions and later copies of Dürer’s iconic works, with some clues to telling the difference.
This event takes place in person and is limited to twenty people. Reservations are required.
Image: Jan Wierix after Albrecht Dürer, Melencolia I (detail), 1602, Engraving on paper. Clark Art Institute, 1979.1