Dr. Bell Art Print Lectures
Dr. Robert Bell Fine Art Print Lecture Series
These talks are held in the George & Sheryl Talbot Fine Art Print Room in Kennedy Hall, NMHU at 4:00 p.m. and are open to the public.
|February 10 – William Blake and His Followers|
|March 3 – Japanese Prints|
|March 31 – Works by Kathy Kollwitz|
|April 14 – French Printmakers from Eugene Delacroix to Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec|
|Dr. Robert Bell graduated from Yale University School of Medicine and completed his post-doctoral training there. He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico and is a practicing ophthalmologist. He has collected prints for over four decades, with special expertise in nineteenth – and early twentieth- century European and American artists. A major donor of original fine art prints to universities and museums, he has lectured widely on the history and techniques of printmaking. Dr. Bell has also been a patron of printmaking students at New Mexico Highlands University since 2001 and has donated over 2,000 original prints to the university.|