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ROSENBERG ART SPEAKER

Talks Thursday on Gothic Prints at Germanic Museum

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Dr. Jakob Rosenberg, of the Fine Arts Department, will give an illustrated lecture on "German Prints of the Late Gothic and Ronaissance" at the Germanic Museum on Thursday, December 2, at 4:30 o'clock.

The lecture is to be given as a feature of the Museum's current exhibition of Germanic graphic art of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, ending December 6.

Wood and metal cuts, and engravings, including illustrations for books, by Albrecht Durer, Martin Schongauer, and other notable German artists, are on display.

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