Among this year's highlights will be three Cubist etchings by Braque at Editions Minotaure, Matisse's first ever print, made in 1900 at Alan Cristea and a rare Rembrandt self-portrait at German dealer Kunsthandlung Helmut Rumbler. To coincide with the Tate Gallery's current show of Turner's Liber Studorum in its entirety, selected prints from this monumental and influential work can be found on Hilary Gerrish's stand. In complete contrast, the USA's Paul McCarron has a special exhibition devoted to the little-known work of Martin Lewis - the subject of his recent catalogue raisonne - whose prints of New York in the 1920s and 1930s are an extraordinary historical document.
Whether you intend to buy, or are simply curious to learn something of the fascinating and arcane world of the print, a visit to the RA over the next few days is certainly well worth the effort.
Royal Academy, Piccadilly, London W1 (0171-439 2822). To Sunday 24 March
Left: detail from Claude Flight's `Swing Boats', 1921Reuse content