- Audio: German Romanticism
- Audio: Unrecorded History
- Audio: Britons on Hajj
- Audio: Hajj: curator’s intro
- Audio: Hajj and the future
- Audio: Hajj among pilgrimages
- Audio - Hajj: a journey
- Audio: Cracking the Egyptian
- Audio: Liu Dan in conversation
- Audio: 31 BC
- Audio: Mina's Banner
- Audio: Jamaica: Hans Sloane's
- Audio: Horses
- Audio: The horse
- Audio: An American Eden
- Audio: Goya
- Audio: Shakespeare: curators’
- Audio: Shakespeare performance
German Romanticism and the print
Emeritus Professor Will Vaughan, Birkbeck College, University of London, discusses innovations in printmaking in Germany in the early 19th century, and the role of the print in communicating new ideas and visual images.
This event took place on 12 January 2012.
Related to the exhibition Landscape, heroes and folktales: German Romantic prints and drawings on display until 9 April 2012.
Image: Carl Wilhelm Kolbe (1759–1835), I too was in Arcadia (detail). Etching, 1801. From a private collection.
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