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  • Printing Colour 1400-1700 History, Techniques, Functions and Receptions
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  • 1 online resource (278 pages)
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  • Intro -- Printing Colour 1400-1700: History, Techniques, Functions and Receptions -- Copyright -- Contents -- Foreword -- Preface: The Problem of Printing in Colour -- Acknowledgements -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- List of Abbreviations -- List of Editors and Contributors -- Introduction: A Historical Overview of Printed Colour before 1700 -- PART 1: An Introduction to Colour in Printmaking 1400-1700 -- 1: Materials and Techniques for Early Colour Printing -- 2: Colour Printing in Relief before c.1700: A Technical History -- 3: Colour Printing in Intaglio before c.1700: A Technical History -- PART 2: The Advent of Colour Printing, c.1400-1500 -- 4: Colour Stamping in the Late Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries: Technical Sources and Workshop Practice -- 5: The Fust and Schöffer Office and the Printing of the Two-Colour Initials in the 1457 Mainz Psalter -- 6: Colour-Printed Pasteprints, 1460s-1480s -- 7: The Birgittines of The Netherlands: Experimental Printers and Colourists -- PART 3: The Renaissance in Colour, c.1476-1600 -- 8: A Printer's Art: The Development and Influence of Colour Printmaking in the German Lands, c.1476-c.1600 -- 9: Hans Wechtlin and the Production of German Colour Woodcuts -- 10: Ugo da Carpi's Diogenes -- 11: The Chiaroscuro Woodcut Printmaking of Ugo da Carpi, Antonio da Trento and Niccolò Vicentino: Technique in Relation to Artistic Style -- 12: A Technical Study of Sixteenth-Century Italian Chiaroscuro Woodcuts -- 13: 'Divine, August and Immortal': The Potentials and Limitations of Colour Printing in the Low Countries, c.1555 -- PART 4: Vivid Mannerism, c.1588-1650 -- 14: Hendrick Goltzius's Chiaroscuro Woodcuts Revisited -- 15: Dürer in Chiaroscuro: Early Modern Graphic Aesthetics and the Posthumous Production of Colour Prints
  • 16: The 'Camaïeu' Print in Seventeenth-Century Paris: On the Origins of Multi-tonal Printmaking in France -- PART 5: Product Innovation and Commercial Enterprise, c.1620-1700 -- 17: On Hercules Segers's 'Printed Paintings' -- 18: Opus typo-chromaticum: The Colour Prints of Johannes Teyler -- 19: Colourful Topography: A Short-Lived Practice in Amsterdam Print Publishing around 1700 -- Conclusion: Printing Colour After 1700: Jacob Christoff Le Blon and the Invention of Trichromatic Colour Printing, c.1710 -- Appendix 1: Chronology: Developments in Colour Printing 1400-1700 -- Appendix 2: Glossary -- Bibliography -- Index of Names
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  • In Printing Colour 1400-1700, Ad Stijnman and Elizabeth Savage offer the first handbook of early modern colour printmaking before 1700 (when most such histories begin), creating a new, interdisciplinary paradigm for the history of graphic art.
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  • Print version: Stijnman, Ad Printing Colour 1400-1700 : History, Techniques, Functions and Receptions Leiden : BRILL,c2015 ISBN 9789004269682
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In Printing Colour 1400-1700 , Ad Stijnman and Elizabeth Savage offer the first handbook of early modern colour printmaking before 1700 (when most such histories begin), creating a new, interdisciplinary paradigm for the history of graphic art.

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