Printing Colour and Colouring Prints in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Europe
Research team of a project Searching for a Palette: Colour Printing and Print Painting in the Kingdom of Poland and Grand Duchy of Lithuania (ca. 1470-1600) organises international conference this June: Printing Colour and Colouring Prints in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Europe: Comparative Perspectives. All graphic arts enthusiasts are invited to join us: in person or online.
When and where: 23–24 June 2022, Institute of Art History, University of Warsaw, Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28, Building of the Faculty of Culture and Arts, room 108
Key-note lectures by:
Elizabeth Savage (University of London), The International Trade in Colour Printing, 1400–1600
Grażyna Jurkowlaniec (University of Warsaw), Colour and Identity in Sixteenth-Century Books
Susan Dackerman (independent scholar), Painted Prints Reconsidered
Full programme: here!
All sessions will be streamed live. Registration form for the online and in-person participation in the conference is available until 19 June 2022.