Imprinted: The American Painter-Etcher Movement
Join Associate Curator Ann Cannon for a lunch followed by a tour of the special exhibit, Imprinted: The American Painter-Etcher Movement.
The American Painter-Etcher Movement, also known as the Etching Revival, sought to re-establish public appreciation for etching and counter the popular view—pervasive by the mid-19th century—that engraving was solely a way to make affordable reproductions of artwork.
$25 member / $30 non-members
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About Fenimore Art Museum
Fenimore Art Museum, located on the shores of Otsego Lake—James Fenimore Cooper’s “Glimmerglass”—in historic Cooperstown, New York, features a wide-ranging collection of American art including folk art; important American 18th- and 19th-century landscape, genre, and portrait paintings; more than 125,000 historic photographs representing the technical developments made in photography and providing extensive visual documentation of the region’s unique history; and the renowned Eugene and Clare Thaw Collection of American Indian Art comprised of nearly 900 art objects representative of a broad geographic range of North American Indian cultures, from the Northwest Coast, Eastern Woodlands, Plains, Southwest, Great Lakes, and Prairie regions. Visit FenimoreArt.org.