Gallery Talk: "Delacroix to Daumier: 19th Century Prints in the James Reed Collection," March 26

Gallery Talk: "Delacroix to Daumier: 19th Century Prints in the James Reed Collection," March 26

Museum patrons at the James Reed exhibition at the Walsh Gallery in the Quick Center for the Arts.

Museum patrons at the James Reed exhibition at the Walsh Gallery in the Quick Center for the Arts.

In conjunction with the exhibition The Artist Collects: Highlights from the James Reed Collection, Michelle DiMarzo, PhD, curator of education and academic engagement, will present a gallery talk on Tuesday, March 26, at 5 p.m. in the Quick Center's Walsh Gallery.

The gallery talk, "Delacroix to Daumier: 19th Century Prints in the James Reed Collection," is free and open to the public, but registration is requested.

The Artist Collects: Highlights from the James Reed Collection will be on view in the Walsh Gallery from March 14 until June 8, 2019.

This exhibition celebrates the transformative gift of the James Reed Collection of Old Master, 19th-century, and modern prints to the Fairfield University Art Museum. Assembled over several decades by artist, collector and Master Printer James Reed, the collection comprises more than 1,500 prints spanning the 16th through the early 21st centuries. The exhibition presents highlights from the three great strengths of the Reed Collection: 19th-century French etching and lithography; German Expressionist woodcuts and lithographs; and modern and contemporary prints.

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