Small 8vo., hardcover, dust jacket, pp. 239. Some browning to pages and DJ, otherwise a near fine copy. A volume of scholarly essays ‘dedicated to the consequences of the invention of the printed image for the early modern Netherlands. Relatively affordable and easily accessible, prints in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries were not only aesthetic objects: they were used for purposes of political, moral, religious, and intellectual communication’ [from back of dust jacket]. Text in English and Dutch.
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