Prints

Juxtaposing Japanese and Impressionist Art

A temporary installation of Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints in the museums’ impressionist gallery highlights fascinating cross-cultural exchange between artists. 

Prints in Perspective

A series of monthly gallery talks about prints has been bringing attention to the museums’ incredible prints collection.

Teaching with Bosch

Harvard professors from fields as varied as Italian, art history, and dance are exploring ways to use Beyond Bosch in their teaching.

Bosch’s Afterlife

The exhibition Beyond Bosch highlights the incredible—and enduring—afterlife of Netherlandish master Hieronymus Bosch in the print medium.

A Printed Jewel

Curatorial fellow Quintana Heathman reveals details about a surimono print in our collections.

By Quintana Heathman

Available for Rent

The museums are set to reintroduce a popular rental program that allows Harvard students to hang prints in their dorm rooms for the year.

By Rachel Sheldon

A Closer Look at Dürer’s Prints

“They’re 500 years old and they’re in perfect condition,” said Marjorie B. Cohn, the Carl A. Weyerhaeuser Curator of Prints, Emerita, at the Harvard Art Museums. She smiled and gestured toward a set of easels holding three original prints by German artist Albrecht Dürer.

Training at the Harvard Art Museums: Suzanne Karr Schmidt

The Harvard Art Museums have trained scores of museum leaders who have gone on to make remarkable contributions to the curatorial, conservation, and education fields. We offer a number of opportunities for emerging graduate and postgraduate scholars interested in the production and presentation of o...