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by Peter W. Parshall,Stacey Sell,Judity Brodie,Judith Brodie

Author: Peter W. Parshall,Stacey Sell,Judity Brodie,Judith Brodie
Subcategory: Architecture
Language: English
Publisher: Lund Humphries; 1st edition (July 2001)
Pages: 112 pages
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.7
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The Unfinished Print. Parshall, Stacey Sell, Judith Brodie, National Gallery Of Art (U. ISBN 9780894682841 (978-0-89468-284-1) Hardcover, Natl Gallery of Art, 2001. Coauthors & Alternates.

The Unfinished Print book. The question of 'finish' in the artistic endeavour has been regarded. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Peter W. Parshall, Stacey Sell. Caroline Karpinski, Peter Parshall, Stacey Sell, Judith Brodie. Published: 1 January 2003. in Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte. Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte, Volume 66; doi:10. Keywords: Unfinished Print.

Peter Parshall, curator of old master prints, National Gallery of Art, was curator. Catalog: The Unfinished Print, by Peter Parshall, Stacey Sell, and Judith Brodie. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art, 2001. Image: Rembrandt van Rijn, Sheet with Two Studies: a Tree, and the Upper Part of a Head of the Artist Wearing a Velvet Cap, c. 1642, etching, Rosenwald Collection, 1943.

Judith Brodie, M B Holm, George S. Tomlin. Contents: Foreword Introduction Unfinished business: The problem of resolution in printmaking, Peter Parshall "Quicke to invent & copious to expresse": Rembrandt's sketch plates, Stacey Sell Th. More). The American journal of occupational therap. 994.

The Unfinished Print travels to the Städelsches Kunstinstitut und Städtische Galerie, Frankfurt am Main (October 7. .

The Unfinished Print travels to the Städelsches Kunstinstitut und Städtische Galerie, Frankfurt am Main (October 7, 2004, through January 2, 2005). Susan Grace Galassi adds, The Frick Collection is very pleased to present this fascinating ensemble of extremely rare proof states to a New York audience. It contains three essays by Peter Parshall, Stacey Sell, and Judith Brodie examining the unfinished work of art in the context of printmaking over the course of four centuries.

The Unfinished Print investigates for the first time the history of finish and unfinish in printmaking from the fifteenth to the .

The Unfinished Print investigates for the first time the history of finish and unfinish in printmaking from the fifteenth to the early twentieth century. Peter Parshall is curator of old-master prints at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, Stacey Sell is assistant curator of old-master drawings at the National Gallery of Art, Washington.

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 century.