Come experience the gorgeously detailed work by a prolific Bohemian printmaker of the baroque period, Wenceslaus Hollar, who died in 1677. The exhibit features more than 200 prints that provide a rare visual record of 17th-century Europe. It’s all from a promised gift from the Frank Raysor collection, which makes the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts one of the world’s five leading holders of Hollar’s work. Free. vmfa.museum.