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Illustrating Knowledge: Three Centuries of Printed Images

Tuesday September 2, 1997 - Thursday October 2, 1997
Illustrating Knowledge: Three Centuries of Printed ImagesAnonymous (Italian, 16th century), The World of Volpellio, woodcut (restrike) (Photo: Phil)

Until the advent of photography, prints were the primary means of communicating visual ideas. In centering this exhibition primarily on scientific exploration, curator Danielle Schaff '99 selected such works as early maps, anatomical and botanical studies, and images of new inventions.

Tuesday 2 September through Wednesday 2 October 1997