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The advent of printing in Western Europe is a familiar historical milestone; far less known is the emergence of a technology of image printing more than a generation before Gutenberg.
"Proceedings of the symposium 'The Woodcut in Fifteenth-Century Europe,' organized by the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, National Gallery of Art, and sponsored by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation in honor of Franklin D. Murphy. The symposium was held November 18-19, 2005, in Washington, D.C."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Picturing Oedipus in the Sion textile / Teresa Nevins
Prints in the early printing shops / Paul Needham
Woodcuts for reading: the codicology of fifteenth-century blockbooks and woodcut cycles / Nigel Palmer
Multiplying the sacred: the fifteenth-century woodcut as reproduction, surrogate, simulation / David. S. Areford
"In gebeden vnd in bilden geschriben": prints as exemplars of piety and the culture of the copy in fifteenth-century Germany / Jeffrey F. Hamburger
Topics and formats of anti-Jewish single-leaf woodcuts in the late fifteenth century / Christine Magin and Falk Eisermann
A fifteenth-century picture panel from the Dominican monastery of Saint Catherine in Nuremberg / Richard Field
The early print and the origins of the picture postcard / Peter Schmidt
The pigments on hand-colored fifteenth-century relief prints from the collections of the National Gallery of Art and the Germanisches Nationalmuseum / Shelley Fletcher, Lisha Glinsman, and Doris Oltrogge
Illuminating the print: the use of color in fifteenth-century prints and book illumination / Doris Oltrogge
Paste prints and flock prints: a technological approach / Roland Damm and Alexandra Scheld.
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