Invenit, Incisit, Imitavit
Die Kupferstiche von Marcantonio Raimondi als Schlüssel zur weltweiten Raffael-Rezeption 1510 – 1700
[Invenit, Incisit, Imitavit: Marcantonio Raimondi’s Etchings as a Key to the World-Wide Reception of Raphael]
- Presents new discoveries about the collaboration between Raphael and Raimondi
- Illuminates the cultural and media historical dimensions of graphic art
Aims and Scope
Until the founding of the public museum in the 18th century, the works of Raphael were known to other artists almost exclusively from their transmission in etchings. Among these, the works of Raphael’s contemporary Marcantonio Raimondi and his atelier were a critical factor in his reception. This publication examines Raimondi’s graphic art as a mediator for Raphael’s work and an impetus for creative interest.
- 24.0 x 17.0 cm
- xxiv, 297 pages
- 92 Fig.
- Type of Publication:
- Art and cultural historians