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LOPF's pick of the top international print events and news about prints and printmakers. 

Toulouse-Lautrec Illustrates the Belle Époque

When: Until 30 April
Where: The Phillips Collection, Washington D.C.

Iconic French artist Henri de Tolouse-Lautrec revolutionised the medium of lithography in his colourful and bold depictions of bohemian life in late 19th-century Paris. 

 

The Phillips Collection brings togther Tolouse-Lautrec's most famous prints, which for have defined the Belle Époque in contemporary minds, with rare, lesser-known works. 

 

Find out more and plan your visit on The Phillips Collection's website.

The Prints of Albrecht Dürer: Masterworks from the Collection

When: Until June 11
Where: Los Angeles County Museum of Art

This exhibition showcases Albrecht Dürer's masterpieces in printmaking from LACMA's own collection. 

 

Woodcuts, engravings and etchings by one of history's most significant artists demonstrate his innovative and imaginative significance to Western art history and the development of printmaking. 

 


Albrecht Dürer, Knight, Death, and the Devil, 1513, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Graphic Arts Council Fund and Los Angeles County Fund (70.1), photo © Museum Associates/LACMA

 

This exhibition coincides with Renaissance and Reformation: German Art in the Age of Dürer and Cranach, also at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. 

Find out more on their website. 

Marcantonio Raimondi and Raphael

When: Until 23 April
Where: The Whitworth, Manchester

The Whitworth's newest exhibition provides a rare chance to see some of the most influential images in the history of Western art: the work of Renaissance painter and sculptor Raphael and printmaker Marcantonio Raimondi. 

 

Marcantonio Raimondi and Raphael

Marcantonio Raimondi after Raphael, The Massacre of the Innocents, engraving
Presented by George Thomas Clough in 1921. The Whitworth, The University of Manchester

 

Marcantonio lead an exciting life, working with courtly poets and scholars, to his involvement with Albrecht Dürer in one of the earliest intellectual property disputes. In Rome, Marcantonio began his fruitful collaboration with Raphael. 

 

This exhibition shows the strong collection of Marcantonio prints held by the Whitworth alongside significant loans of Raphael drawings from the V&A, the Royal Collection and more.