Artists working in the Netherlands, Germany, and Italy in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries experienced a fascinating and rich period of artistic exchange. While Northern artists traveled increasingly to Italy in this period, offering a profound response to Italian and antique art, exchange was not one-sided. The circulation of artistic ideas, practices, and traditions resulted in a mutual dialogue of inspiration and innovation across Europe. This exhibition explores the character of artistic exchange between the North and South through the production of prints, drawings, and rare books from c. 1500–1650. It considers how artists responded to the work of their contemporaries in different regions of early modern Europe, revealing intersections and divergences in artistic production, thought, and tradition.