ARTicle — 08 June 2022
‘Three Masters of Print’ at Norton Museum

By Greg Carannante

City & Shore Magazine 

Print is definitely not dead in an exhibition at the Norton Museum of Art. “Dürer, Rembrandt and Picasso: Three Masters of the Print” spotlights the other side of artists celebrated more for their mastery of the canvas. The possible exception being Albrecht Dürer, whose achievements with the woodcut and the engraving have perhaps never been equaled. Curated for their historical importance and quality, the approximately 30 works juxtapose the traditional with the modern, from etching to lithography. The exhibition runs through Sept. 11 at the museum in West Palm Beach,

Caption: Pablo Picasso, Bust of a Woman with a Hat, 1962, linocut on Arches paper, 24 ¾ x 21 inches


Credit: © 2022 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society, New York


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