Using a copy of a version of Albrecht Dürer's "Rhinoceros" woodcut as her palette, curator Marjorie (Jerry) Cohn shows how botanical leaf prints would have been inked and printed in the 16th century.
The original hand-colored and embellished print of Dürer's "Rhinoceros" by an unknown artist was part of the exhibition "Prints and the Pursuit of Knowledge in Early Modern Europe," which was on view September 6—December 10, 2011 at the Arthur M. Sackler Museum. Learn more about the exhibition at harvardartmuseums.org/ppk.
Video: Jennifer R. Novak, Harvard Art Museums
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