The art of paper from the Holy Land to the Americas /
"The untold story of how paper revolutionized art making during the Renaissance, exploring how it shaped broader concepts of authorship, memory, and the transmission of ideas over the course of three centuries. In the late medieval and Renaissance period, paper transformed society-not only thro...
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|Imprint:||New Haven : Yale University Press, |
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction: a new kind of route
- Tracking paper routes across the early modern world
- Forgetting paper's origins
- The model of loss in late-medieval drawing
- Albrecht Dürer and the geography of paper
- Paper: modernizing the ancient's wax tablet
- Conclusion: Rembrandt and a new paper world.