In s2e25, hosts Ann Shafer and Tru Ludwig take an in-depth look at Jacques Callot, who is the first printmaker in Western art to record the atrocities of war. He heads up any list of artists using prints to spread …
Platemark s2e24 concludes hosts Ann Shafer and Tru Ludwig’s conversation on reproductive prints. This episode stars Hendrick Goltzius and Peter Paul Rubens.
Platemark s2e23 continues hosts Ann Shafer and Tru Ludwig’s conversation on reproductive prints. For clarity, a reproductive print is one in which an artist creates a design (a drawing, painting, sculpture) and another artist creates a print after...
More on reproductive prints, the backbone of the history of prints
Reproductive prints are the backbone of the history of prints and deserve better
Humanizing biblical figures
Facial expressions in five lines or less
Rembrandt is arguably the finest etcher ever
Proverbs, virtues, and vices
Martin Luther and prints by Hans Holbein and Lucas Cranach
The Protestant Reformation opens up all sorts of possibilities for artists
Reproductive or autographic? Barocci does both simultaneously
Titian is everything, Vesalius is groundbreaking, Scolari is overlooked
Mannerist painter/printmaker Parmigianino in the spotlight