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Larry Silver

February - June 2010

Larry Silver, the Farquhar Professor of Art History at the University of Pennsylvania, specializes in painting and graphics of the Low Countries and Germany. Recent books include Rembrandt’s Faith, co-authored with Shelley Perlove (State College, 2009); Marketing Maximilian (Princeton, 2008); Peasant Scenes and Landscapes (State College, 2006); Hieronymus Bosch (New York, 2006); as well as the recent exhibition and catalogue Grand Scale, with Eliabeth Wyckoff, organized by the Davis Art Center (Wellesley, Mass., 2008). At the Clark, Silver will continue earlier researches and work toward a forthcoming book, co-authored with Samantha Baskind, on Modern Jewish artists.

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