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- 10 color + 95 b-w illus.
- 266 x 196 x 25 mm
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- 1161 g
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Prints and the Visual Economy in Nineteenth-Century France
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"Offers an extraordinary portrait of printmaking as it evolved over the century."-Marc Gotlieb, Print Quarterly June 2017 -- Marc Gotlieb * Print Quarterly * 'Throughout his career, Stephen Bann has presented perhaps the greatest challenge to traditional historical interpretations of printmaking in nineteenth-century France. His thorough and innovative analysis of prints has complicated and revised the earlier assumption that the medium moved from being chiefly a means of reproduction of images which became obsolescent after the invention of photography, but finally triumphed as an original medium.'-Britany Salsbury, Burlington Magazine -- Britany Salsbury * Burlington Magazine * 'This is. . .an invigorating book, intelligently and attractively realised by the Yale editorial team. It is in every sense a work of distinction, enabling us to see the particular strengths and challenges of printmaking more clearly, touching on everything from the minute cuts and hatchings to the widest cultural ambitions.'-Tom Stammers, Apollo -- Tom Stammers * Apollo * 'A truly great read for anyone interested in how popular imagery has been disseminated into the public consciousness.'-Art & Antiques * Art & Antiques *
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Stephen Bann is emeritus professor and senior research fellow, Bristol University, United Kingdom.