Many great printmakers sometimes went small, eager to see what virtuoso feats of miniaturization they could wrest from their engraving tools. Mia Life Trustee John E. Andrus III had a particular passion for these small-scale marvels, and now selected works from his exceptional collection are being unveiled in the Jones Gallery.
This display focuses on prints from the 16th and 17th centuries. Most are no bigger than a credit card. Come enter this world of tiny treasures, and little by little they will take your breath away.
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website.