The Printed Book of the Renaissance

The transformation of the medieval 'Gothic' book into the sixteenth-century 'Renaissance' book inVOlves a change of letters—from black—letter to Roman, ...

The Printed Book of the Renaissance

Author: E.P. Goldschmidt

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 052116706X

Page: 138

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This beautifully presented volume provides a historical study of the book in its relationship with the dissemination of new artistic ideas during the Renaissance.

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