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Thinking big: Monumental prints

Exhibit puts old masterworks in perspective

'The Triumphal Arch of Maximilian I' is one of the outsize prints that help 'Grand Scale' live up to its name. "The Triumphal Arch of Maximilian I" is one of the outsize prints that help "Grand Scale" live up to its name.
By Greg Cook
Globe Correspondent / April 27, 2008

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WELLESLEY - We tend to think of old-master prints as small because most of the ones that survive could fit into books or albums where they were sheltered from light and wear. But the great exhibition "Grand Scale: Monumental Prints in the Age of Durer and Titian" at Wellesley College's Davis Museum shows that beginning in the late 15th century, ... (Full article: 777 words)

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