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Krill, John ENGLISH ARTISTS' PAPER: RENAISSANCE TO REGENCY.
New Castle, DE Oak Knoll Press 2001 large 8vo. cloth 260 pages This comprehensive and well-illustrated work is an invaluable source for anyone interested in prints, drawings, or paper history. The author, John Krill, is the Senior Conservator for Paper at the Winterthur Museum and an international authority on paper. He has written a detailed and interesting account of the evolution and types of paper available to artists in England from the Renaissance to the Regency. Mr. Krill's extensive research goes far beyond the ordinary study of papermaking processes. He delves into the artistic needs for particular types of paper and their textures. First published in 1987, this edition's text has been extensively revised and expanded with over 100 new illustrations from many of the world's major museums. Co-published with the Winterthur Museum. Price: $ 49.95
Order nr. 64074