Peter Parshall, formerly Curator of Old Master Prints at the National Gallery of Art (Washington, DC), is currently serving as the Janson-La Palme Lecturer at Princeton (Fall 2016). He has written and lectured widely on Renaissance art with special emphasis on the history of prints, the history and organization of collecting, and Renaissance art theory. He co-authored with David Landau The Renaissance Print (1994), recipient of the 1995 Mitchell Prize. Among the exhibitions curated are: “The Unfinished Print” (2001), “Origins of European Printmaking” (2005) with Rainer Schoch and “The Darker Side of Light: Arts of Privacy, 1850-1900” (2008).