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Group visit to the British Museum Print and Drawing Study Room on Friday 14th June.

From Trendy to Extinction. The Identity of North Italian Renaissance Printmaking in the British Museum's Graphic Collection.

Day of the activity: Friday 14th June.
Time: From 11:00 to 12:30.

The visit, organized on the occasion of the biennial congress of the Society for Italian Studies, is a unique opportunity to access the interior of the iconic Print and Drawing study room to see a selection of Italian prints and drawings from the 1460s to 1500.
During the visit, a selection of works by the main authors of this period such as Antonio Pollaiuolo and Andrea Mantegna, will be on display. Complemented by works of Albert Dürer and Raphael, artists particularly relevance to the development of the identity of Italian printmaking in the Cinquecento.

Due to the special characteristics of the space and the security and conservation measures, a limited number of places will be offered and will be assigned according to the order in which the activity is requested.

*** To reserve a place please contact Javier Jurado García by email:

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