Artists Observe Nature: 1600-1800
After 1600, it became increasingly common for draftsmen and printmakers to study nature closely and directly, rather than copy natural motifs from books and other artworks. This exhibition features approximately 16 prints and drawings.
Open Wed-Sun 11am - 5pm, Thursdays until 8pm; admission is free. CLOSED MONDAY AND TUESDAY. After September 21 closed Monday.
Created by Magnus
328 Lomita Dr.
Stanford, CA 94305
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