Welcome to Platemark, a podcast about art, ideas, prints, and printmaking


July 5, 2022

s3e3 James Wehn

Van Vleck Curator of Prints, Chazen Museum of Art

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June 21, 2022

s3e2 Joe Freye, Jason Ruhl, and Patrick Smyczek

Tandem Press Master Printers Speak

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June 7, 2022

s3e1 Paula Panczenko and Russell Panczenko

Kicking off series three!

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May 10, 2022

s2e19 History of Prints Rembrandt (genre scenes and portraits)

Facial expressions in five lines or less

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April 26, 2022

s2e18 History of Prints Rembrandt (landscapes)

Rembrandt is arguably the finest etcher ever

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April 12, 2022

s2e17 History of Prints Hendrick Goltzius

Muscles on muscles on muscles

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March 29, 2022

s2e16 History of Prints Pieter Brueghel the Elder

Proverbs, virtues, and vices

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March 15, 2022

s2e15 History of Prints The Protestant Reformation (part two)

Martin Luther and prints by Hans Holbein and Lucas Cranach

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March 1, 2022

s2ep14 History of Prints The Protestant Reformation (part one)

The Protestant Reformation opens up all sorts of possibilities for artists

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Feb. 15, 2022

s2e13 History of Prints The Italians (Ghisi and Barocci)

Reproductive or autographic? Barocci does both simultaneously

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Feb. 5, 2022

BONUS EP Baltimore Fine Art Print Fair

A new print fair for Charm City

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Feb. 1, 2022

s2e12 History of Prints The Italians (Titian)

Titian is everything, Vesalius is groundbreaking, Scolari is overlooked

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Jan. 18, 2022

s2e11 History of Prints The Italians (Parmigianino)

Mannerist painter/printmaker Parmigianino in the spotlight

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Jan. 14, 2022

BONUS EP History of Prints Tru's Artist's Manifesto

On Tru Ludwig as artist and art historian

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Jan. 4, 2022

s2e10 History of Prints The Italians (MarcAntonio Raimondi)

MarcAntonio Raimondi, Raphael, Veneziano, and Diana Scultori

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Dec. 21, 2021

s2e9 History of Prints The Italians (Mantegna)

Tru Ludwig makes the case for the importance of Andrea Mantegna. Italian chiaroscuro woodcuts are discussed with an eye to comparing them to those produced in the North.

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Dec. 7, 2021

s2e8 History of Prints The Italians (Pollaiuolo)

Early Italian prints contrasted with Northern counterparts, especially Pollaiuolo

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Nov. 23, 2021

s2e7 History of Prints Techniques: Intaglio

All about intaglio printmaking: engraving, etching, mezzotint, and drypoint

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Nov. 1, 2021

s2e6 History of Prints Techniques: Relief

All about relief printmaking techniques and how woodcuts and linoleum cuts are made

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Oct. 31, 2021

s2e5 History of Prints Materials: Paper and Ink

Prints consist of paper and ink

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Oct. 26, 2021

s2e4 History of Prints Albrecht Dürer (part two)

Part two of two on Albrecht Dürer, he who changed everything

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Oct. 12, 2021

s2e3 History of Prints Albrecht Dürer (part one)

Albrecht Dürer changed the print landscape forever

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