CANCELLED "Unmasking" the most common colour-printmaking technique in Early Modern Europe

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Dr Elizabeth Savage
Monday, 9 March, 2015 - 17:15
Taylor Institution

Colour-printed images were produced in their thousands across Europe from at least the 1490s, even in countries where colour-printing is thought to have been introduced hundreds of years later. Join Dr Savage for a discussion of how such prints were made, who bought and used them, and how they reshape our understanding of the processes of printing and the dissemination of printed matter.

Regrettably, due to the indisposition of the speaker, this event has been cancelled, and will be rescheduled.