The Unfinished Print

The Unfinished Print The question of finish in the artistic endeavour has been regarded with increasing fascination since the Renaissance In the graphic arts this question has involved what it means to achieve aesthetic r

  • Title: The Unfinished Print
  • Author: Peter W. Parshall Stacey Sell
  • ISBN: 9780853318200
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The question of finish in the artistic endeavour has been regarded with increasing fascination since the Renaissance In the graphic arts this question has involved what it means to achieve aesthetic resolution in printmaking The Unfinished Print investigates for the first time the history of finish and unfinish in printmaking from the fifteenth to the early twentieth cThe question of finish in the artistic endeavour has been regarded with increasing fascination since the Renaissance In the graphic arts this question has involved what it means to achieve aesthetic resolution in printmaking The Unfinished Print investigates for the first time the history of finish and unfinish in printmaking from the fifteenth to the early twentieth century.

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    1. The first essay in the book (written by Peter Parshall) is very rich in its associations and examples. The text explores the range of printmaking practice and it explains how the procedures implied in the intaglio techniques might suggest a distinct way of constructing (and deconstructing) an image. The subject of the 'non finito' and of the fragment in printmaking adds to the discussion of these issues in a broader sense.The other two essays also tackle two very exquisite cases of study with us [...]

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