Saturday, 31 March 2012 hosts Interior Design Association of Canada seminar.

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IDC Seminar: Antique and Rare Prints – A History and Evolution

This one-hour seminar will provide a foundation for the professional interior designer on the history of antique prints, including the quality of papers, printing processes and the criteria for design choices. Discussion will include branded engravers, fakes and forgeries, and the future of rare prints.
Elisabeth Legge, Art Dealer, Past President of Canadian Antique Dealers Association Elisabeth Legge is the dynamic founder and owner of, an online and by-appointment showroom of antique prints, based in the Yorkville district of Toronto. Her specialty is in supplying antique prints, copper engravings and etchings from the fifteenth century on to a diverse clientele, including architects, designers and discerning collectors worldwide. Legge Prints has the distinction of being a member of 1st Dibs, the preeminent online source for antiques, rare works and vintage jewellery.
LocationElisabeth Legge Showroom, 37B Hazelton Avenue, Toronto, ON M5R 1M6 (Map)
Date & TimeThursday, May 24, 2012.

Registration: 6 to 6:30 p.m.
Seminar: 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Wine and Cheese will be served.
FeesRegistered Members: $40.00
Intern Members: $30.00
Non-Members: $60.00
RegisterClick here to register

The seminar discusses the history of the print and it's distribution to the masses throughout the centuries.
  mhlogo.jpg Marilyn Harding Art Consultant

Notice the wine and cheese being served !!

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