Skip to content

Further Reading and Resources

Students and general visitors to this site may find the following publications and websites concerned with early modern print culture useful. This list will be added to as work proceeds on the project.

Further Reading:

Linda C. Hults. The Print in the Western World: an introductory history. Madison, Wis.: University of Wisconsin Press, 1996.

Stephan Füssell. Gutenberg and the Impact of Printing. Translated by Douglas Martin. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005.

Antony Griffiths. Prints and Printmaking: an introduction to techniques. Second edition. London: British Museum Press, 1996.

David Landau and Peter Parshall. The Renaissance Print, 1470–1550. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1994.

Max Schweidler, The restoration of engravings, drawings, books, and other works on paper, trans. & ed. Roy Perkinson, Los Angeles : Getty Conservation Institute, 2006.

Online Resources:

ARTstor (includes images from The Illustrated Bartsch – via Supersearch for University of Melbourne students and staff)

The Bernstein Consortium – The Memory of Paper

Bibliography of the History of Art

Consortium of European Research Libraries

Department of Prints and Drawings, The British Museum, London

The Fondation Custodia, which houses the Frits Lugt Collection, and hosts an online edition of his work on collectors’ marks

Oxford Art Online – Grove Art Online (via Supersearch for University of Melbourne students and staff)

The Print Council of America’s Index to Print Catalogues Raisonné

Prints and Drawings Collection, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC

Union List of Artist Names, the Getty Research Institute

%d bloggers like this: