JAPANESE AND KOREAN ART ON EXHIBITION AT FOGG ART

An exhibition of Japanese and Korean bronze, jade, pottery, sculpture, and Persian miniatures will be held in the Fogg Museum throughout November in memory of Harvey E. Wetzel. From today until Monday, November 23, there will be display of European silks and velvets, including tapestries from Italy, Spain and France that were made between the 15th and 18th centuries.

There will also be throughout the month an exhibit of 15th and 16th century prints and engravings by Mantegna, Antonio Pollaiuolo, Durer, Schongauer and others.