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Author Landau, David, 1950-
Title The Renaissance print, 1470-1550 / David Landau and Peter Parshall.
Imprint New Haven : Yale University Press, 1994.

 BLUFFTON BOOK  NE441.5.R44 L35 1994    AVAILABLE  
 BLUFFTON BOOK  NE441.5.R44 L35 1994    AVAILABLE  
Author Landau, David, 1950-
Subject Prints, Renaissance.
Prints -- 15th century.
Prints -- 16th century.
Alt Name Parshall, Peter W.
Description xii, 433 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 415-428) and index.
ISBN 0300057393
OCLC # 28495351
Table of Contents
IFraming the Renaissance Print1
IICraft Guilds, Workshops, and Supplies7
  Printmakers and the Organized Crafts7
  The Printmaker's Workshop and Its Necessities12
  Paper: The Printmaker's Ground15
  Blocks and Plates: The Printmaker's Matrix21
  Printmaking Presses28
  Production Rates, Costs, and Market Value30
IIIHow Prints Became Works of Art: The First Generation33
  Book Illustration and Specialization in the Woodcut Trade33
  Anton Koberger's Enterprise38
  Anton Kolb and Jacopo De' Barbari: Northern Enterprise Abroad43
  Northern Engraving and the Inventions of the Master ES46
  Martin Schongauer: His Innovation and His Imitators50
  Israhel Van Meckenem: Entrepreneurial Printmaker and Pirate56
  Early Traces of Print Collecting64
  The Development of a Tonal System65
  The Impression as a Work of Art78
  Prints as Competitors of Paintings81
  The Market91
IVFrom Collaboration to Reproduction in Italy103
  The Early Years104
  Marcantonio, Agostino Veneziano, and Marco Dente120
  Titian, Parmigianino, and Rosso and Their Collaboration With Ugo Da Carpi, Caraglio, and Antonio Da Trento146
  The Birth of the Reproductive Print162
VThe Cultivation of the Woodcut in the North169
  The Refinement of the Single-Leaf Woodcut: 1500-1512169
  The First Masters170
  Color Printing179
  Altdorfer and the Miniature Woodcut202
  Emperor Maximilian's Woodcut Projects206
  Maximilian's Block Cutters Thereafter211
  Corner Presses and Their Public219
  Mural Woodcuts and Their Proper Walls231
  Prints and Facts: The Specialized Markets237
VIArtistic Experiment and the Collector's Print260
  The Innovators and Their Followers261
  Italian Printmakers: Their Milieu and the Market284
  Print Publishing in Italy298
  Northern Engraving: The Refinement of the Art310
  Etching: The Failed Experiment323
  Northern Printmakers: Their Milieu and the Market347
 Appendix: Currencies, Values, and Wages369
 Notes to the Text373

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