Paper Museums: The Reproductive Print in Europe, 1500–1800

Exploring intriguing issues of originality and authenticity, Paper Museums traces the history of reproductive prints—that is, prints which reproduce other works of art—from their rise in Germany and Italy to their flourishing in the Netherlands, France, and England. The exhibition catalogue features over 100 prints by and/or after Dürer, Michelangelo, Goltzius, and Watteau, along with celebrated sets by Claude Lorrain and J.M.W. Turner, among others.

Author Edited by Rebecca Zorach and Elizabeth Rodini, with contributions by Sarah Cree, Alexandra M. Korey, Lia Markey, and Dawna Schuld
Publisher The David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, The University of Chicago
Published Date Saturday, Jan 01, 2005
ISBN 0-935573-40-2
Pages 150
Dimensions Softcover, 8 x 11 inches
Number of Illustrations black-and-white and color illustrations
Price $20.00
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