(2007). The printed picture in Renaissance Europe.
In: Woods, Kim ed.
Making Renaissance Art.
New Haven and London: Yale University Press in association with the Open University, pp. 210–247.
A study of the principal media of fine art printing during the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries, of the part played by prints in the transmission of pictorial styles and imagery, and of the relevance of developments in paper technology and book publishing.
||Contribution to one of four co-published volumes written for the third-level course AA315 Renaissance Art Reconsidered
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