Description - Art and Technology in Early Modern Europe by Richard Taws
In 12 essays by a distinguished group of art historians, Art and Technology in Early Modern Europe explores the relationship between artistic and technological advances from the Renaissance to the Industrial Revolution.
Provides a broad definition of technology for this period and addresses the influence of technological shifts on the history of early modern art
Covers c.1420-1820, the time period between the advent of the printed image and that of the photographically produced image
Discusses a wide range of early modern artists' tools, instruments, skills, and techniques and their historical applications
Highlights a frequently overlooked aspect of research within art history that yields substantial insights into the analysis of the making and viewing of art
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