April 20 – August 26, 2007

The art of Francesco Parmigianino was the most stylized and elegant in sixteenth-century Italy. It was also tremendously influential, inspiring developments in Italy through the rest of the century, helping establish mannerism as an international style, and setting the standard of artistic refinement for the next two centuries.

Curated by Jonathan Bober, curator of prints, and drawings, and European Paintings