LARRY SILVER, the Farquhar Professor of Art History at the University of Pennsylvania, is a specialist in painting and graphics of Northern Europe and has authored books in art history ranging from a general survey text (Art in History, 1993) to an exhibition of prints by modern Jewish artists (Transformation: Jews and Modernity, 2001). He is the author of several recent books: Pieter Bruegel (2011); The Essential Dürer (with Jeffrey Chipps Smith, 2010); Rembrandt’s Faith (with Shelly Perlove, 2009); Marketing Maximilian (2008), Hieronymus Bosch (2006); and Peasant Scenes and Landscapes (2006). He has also contributed to numerous print exhibitions, most notably Grand Scale: Monumental Prints in the Age of Dürer and Titian (with Elizabeth Wyckoff, 2008). Recent publications on topics related to Jewish art include essays and reviews in anthologies by Oxford, Cambridge, and Routledge as well as the Jewish Quarterly Review (with Samantha Baskind). He taught previously at Berkeley and Northwestern.