I Take Comfort in the Love of Art. Paul J. Kristeller between Berlin and Italy
The museum is showing outstanding engravings and woodcuts from the Italian Renaissance, including works by Andrea Mantegna, Giulio Campagnola and Marcantonio Raimondi. The cabinet exhibition invites visitors not only to get to know famous masterpieces of printmaking, but also to see them through the eyes of art historian Paul J. Kristeller (1863-1931). His main interest focused on Italian woodcuts and copper engravings up to the first half of the 16th century.