Managed to find an etching by Wenceslaus Hollar of Ranulph Crew from 1661 in a thrift store this weekend.Paid nothing for it, but, of course, it is in terrible shape and will need a lot of conservation to stablize it. So, really, not much of deal at all. This is what it looks like, or rather, what it should look like without the staining.
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The Baltimore Museum of Art will host the Baltimore Fair for Contemporary Prints and New Editions on March 27 and 28. The fair will feature 14 major contemporary art dealers, galleries, and presses from around the U.S. This unique event offers the opportunity to peruse prints in an intimate setting, talk personally with dealers, and learn more about contemporary artists and printmaking techniques. Visitors will find limited-edition portfolios and single-image prints from both established and emerging artists, including students and alumni from Maryland Institute College of Art.
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