8 edition of Renaissance print, 1470-1550 found in the catalog.
Renaissance print, 1470-1550
Includes bibliographical references (p. 415-428) and index.
|Statement||David Landau and Peter Parshall.|
|Contributions||Parshall, Peter W.|
|LC Classifications||NE441.5.R44 L35 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 433 p. :|
|Number of Pages||433|
|LC Control Number||93005682|
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Exhibition and Book Reviews The Renaissance Print Henri Zerner David Landau and Peter Parshall, The Renaissance Print: , New Haven and London, Yale University Press, , pp., 50 col. and b. & w. ills., $65 or £ This substantial book about printmaking as a branch of art from the later fifteenth century until does not. Leonhard Beck (c. – ) was a painter and designer of woodcuts in Augsburg, was the son of Georg Beck, who was active as a miniaturist in Augsburg c. / He worked with his father on two Psalters for the Augsburg monastery in He was an assistant to Hans Holbein the Elder, working on a Holbein altarpiece now in the Städel in Frankfurt am Main in Authority control: AAG: , AGSA: , .
$ to $ (5 offers) - Buy Renaissance Print Parshall Peter Landau Dr David Acceptable. Isbn Isbn %(). Northern Renaissance Art Winter Art History A. Acres Bibliography. What follows is a selection of books, most in English, that deal with large bodies of the material covered in this course. It is intended as a preliminary resource for further reading and research on Northern Renaissance art.
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Printmaking matured in western Europe between andwhen the great generation of artists and printmakers brought international recognition to print as an art form. This book examines the technical and aesthetic experimentation that went into printmaking, workshop practices, and the material and social contexts of print production, and it gives the fullest account ever written of the.
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The Renaissance Print, / Edition 1. by David Landau, Peter Parshall | Read Reviews this remarkable book provides an integrated view of the Renaissance print as a social and artistic enterprise and re-evaluates the achievements of the most influential phase in the history of European printmaking.
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The Renaissance print: Landau, David, ; Parshall, Peter The illustrative print, and its ability, to be multiply reproduced, has long been regarded as extremely important to the history of art, yet there has been no work published on the subject for 80 years.
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and Parshall, P. Yale University Press, This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has soft covers. In good all round condition. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN Patricia Emison's review of a book by David Landau and Peter Parshall.
Home > COLA > ART > ART_FACPUB > Art and Art History Scholarship. Title. The Renaissance print, [Review] Authors. Patricia Emison, University of New Hampshire Follow. Abstract.
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Please connect to the site through your institution's network. Printmaking matured in western Europe between andwhen the great generation of artists and printmakers brought international recognition to print as an art form.
This book examines the technical and aesthetic experimentation that went into printmaking, workshop practices, and the material and social contexts of print production, and. Despite this, however, useful remarks are made about the period prior toalthough Griffiths defers to the classic study of David Landau and Peter Parshall, The Renaissance Print –, while the book ends with a swift and authoritative survey of developments from the early nineteenth century to the present, including shrewd Author: Michael Hunter.
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A relief process, woodcuts are produced by inking a raised surface against which a piece of paper is pressed, either manually or by running it through a press, to create an image on the paper.