february, 2021

09feb5:00 pmFeaturedWhat’s the Deal?: A Print Collecting Primer (Part 2)A free online event, part of our Curated Conversation series.

Etching of an angel blocking the hand of a bearded man who is about to sacrifice his son using a knife.

Event Details

What is an original print? How do I know it is authentic? Is this a fair price? Join Blanton curator Holly Borham as she poses these questions to print dealers Carolyn Bullard and Susan Schulman, who collectively have 80 years of experience in selling museum-quality fine art prints. We will start with the basics, discuss general collecting strategies, caution against some pitfalls, and suggest avenues to build a personal print collection that reflects your interests and stays within your budget.

This event complements our January 26 Curated Conversation, Off the Walls and Into Your Home: A Print Collecting Primer.

About our Speakers

Head shot of Holly Borham, Assistant Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Blanton Museum of Art
Holly Borham is Assistant Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Blanton Museum of Art, where she oversees the Julia Matthews Wilkinson Center for Prints and Drawings. At the Blanton, Holly curated Copies, Fakes, and Reproductions: Printmaking in the Renaissance, and coordinated the traveling exhibition, Medieval Monsters: Terrors, Aliens, Wonders. Her exhibition After Michelangelo, Past Picasso: Leo Steinberg’s Library of Prints, is on view at the Blanton February 7-May 9, 2021. Holly earned her Ph.D in art history from Princeton University, where she also interned at the Princeton University Art Museum.

Headshot of Carolyn Bullard.
Carolyn Bullard, based in Dallas, TX, has been dealing privately in museum quality fine prints since 1987. She was previously Art Gallery Director at Zeitlin & Ver Brugge Booksellers, Los Angeles, CA and Director of the Old Master Print Department at Hom Gallery, Washington, DC. Bullard earned her BA from California State University, Northridge.

Photo of Susan Schulman sitting in an orange chair.
Susan Schulman has been a dealer in museum quality fine prints since 1981. She serves on the Visiting Committee for Drawings and Prints, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY and The Wallach Committee, New York Public Library. Schulman earned her BA from Connecticut College and MA from The Institute of Fine Arts, NYU.

Bullard and Schulman are founding Patrons of the Association of Print Scholars and partners in the Schulman/ Bullard article prize awarded by APS.

 

Feature Image Credit: Rembrandt van Rijn, Abraham’s Sacrifice, 1655, etching and drypoint, 6 1/8 x 5 1/4 in., Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin, Purchase through the generosity of the Still Water Foundation, 2015.

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(Tuesday) 5:00 pm

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