The museum’s encyclopedic holding of more than 14,000 prints forms one of the finest collections on an American campus. These prints reflect the history, characteristics, and processes of the medium from the Renaissance to the present day, featuring examples of major masters from Dürer and Rembrandt to Goya and Picasso. Particular strengths in the museum’s collection of 1,800 drawings are contemporary American, Latin American, and Renaissance and Baroque drawings. The Blanton is nationally and internationally recognized as a center for the study of European drawings.