Collections - Etchings and Engravings
Many great European artists, such as Albrecht Dürer, Rembrandt and Goya, were dedicated printmakers. In their own day, their international reputations were largely a result of their prints as the use of etchings and engravings was widely used to promote an artist's work.
The Museum hosts a vast collection of original etchings and engravings which date back to the 16th Century. The works have been gathered over many years and originate from internationally renowned institutions and museums such as the Cincinnati Art Museum and the Metropolitan Museum, New York.