Through 2/16 Creative Reuse Art Print Sale
Posted by novoscene on February 11, 2008
More proof that one man’s trash can be another man’s rare artistic find. Continuing it’s efforts to modernize it’s resources, the U.C. Berkeley Art History Department recently digitized over 32,000 professionally mounted prints that had been used for classroom education and exercises.
The images include color and black & white reproductions of paintings, photographs, and architectural studies including work from the Italian Renaissance, Spanish art, Japanese paintings, Chinese sculpture, Greek architecture, Southeast Asian art, male and female nudes, photography by Ansel Adams and architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright.
The department has donated the professionally mounted archval prints to the East Bay Depot for Creative Reuse, where they’ll be on sale for the low low price of $1 each throughFebruary 16. Get ’em while they last. -kwan
Art History Print Sale
East Bay Depot for Creative Reuse
4695 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland