Robert Brennan on 'Painting as a Modern Art in Early Renaissance Italy'

A contribution by Painting as a Modern Art in Early Renaissance Italy Art historians have often looked back on the Italian Renaissance as a signal moment for the emergence of modern art. In doing so, they evaluate the modernity of the period in conscious hindsight: the Renaissance is modern insofar as some aspect of their…

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RENAISSANCE ILLUMINATORS IN PARIS Artists & Artisans 1500-1715 By Richard and Mary Rouse The commercial manuscript book-trade in Paris, that had begun as early as the mid-12th century, was severely disrupted by the arrival of the first printing presses in Paris around 1475. This new invention converted a traditional system of book production that had…