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New Whistler Exhibit at NSU’s Library Explores Artist and Printmaking

Enjoy original artwork created by James McNeill Whistler and those he influenced at the new exhibit in the Second Floor Gallery at NSU’s Alvin Sherman Library.

The exhibit, The Defining Line: Whistler and Friends as Printmakers, is open now through June 13. It features a collection of more than 24 original etchings and lithographs by the nineteenth century American artist, along with a selection of works by artists that he influenced. Some of Whistler’s major works are on display, including part of the Thames Set.

On loan from the private collection of Albert E. Kalson, Professor Emeritus of Purdue University, this is the first time that the exhibit has been displayed for the public.

The exhibit is FREE and open to the public during the following hours:

  • Monday through Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Sundays, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

As part of the exhibit, there will also be special presentations, including an exhibit tour on May 28 at 9 a.m. as part of NSU’s weekly Speaker’s Forum hosted by Larry Calderon, Ed.D., NSU’s vice president for community and governmental affairs.

For more information on the exhibit or related events, please visit www.nova.edu/library/main or call 954-262-4637.