Online Talk | Sarah Grandin on Drawings Engraved

Posted in lectures (to attend), online learning by Editor on April 4, 2022

This Thursday from The Clark:

Sarah Grandin | A Market for Imitation: Engraving Drawing in Eighteenth-Century France
Online, The Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 7 April 2022, noon (ET)

Gilles Antoine Demarteau, after François Boucher, Femme nue, after 1757, engraving in crayon manner with roulette on laid paper.

Sarah Grandin leads a virtual lunchtime talk exploring works on paper from the Clark’s collection, showcasing the role prints played in making drawing more accessible to the public in eighteenth-century France. After Grandin’s (recorded) presentation of a selection of works by Jean-Honoré Fragonard, François Boucher, Jean-Antoine Watteau, and others, she will join in a live Q&A session. Presented via Zoom and Facebook Live, the event is free, but advance registration for the Zoom transmission is required.

Sarah Grandin holds a PhD in the History of Art and Architecture from Harvard University (awarded in 2021) and is the Clark-Getty Paper Project Curatorial Fellow (2020–22) at The Clark Art Institute.

This program is made possible with support from the Getty Foundation through The Paper Project initiative.


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