The Kupferstichkabinett of Berlin, built in 1831, is one of
the most important galleries of his kind, holding an important
collection of Renaissance and modern prints and drawings, as well as a precious
group of cut-out manuscripts and miniatures, of Italian, French, Flemish,
English and German origin.
This new catalog, the first after the one curated by Paul Wescher in 1931, enriches
the repertoire with many new works, and offeris a detailed study of the
collecting dynamics that have gradually brought these masterpieces to the