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  1. Conserving Dürer’s woodcut “The Knight and the lansquenet”

    The Poynton Collection forms part of the highly regarded Baillieu Library Print Collection, which over the years has invaluably contributed to the teaching of academic disciplines …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/librarycollections/2019/08/26/conserving-durers-woodcut-the-knight-and-the-lansquenet

  2. Horizon Lines: Copyright Infringement and Collaboration

    The Baillieu Print Collection contains over 9,000 works of art including pieces by Rembrandt, Dürer and the Australian artist, Lionel Lindsay. Some of the highlights of …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/librarycollections/2019/08/21/horizon-lines-copyright-infringement-and-collaboration

  3. The peasants’ feast by Sebald Beham

    The mid-16th century, marked by the beginning of the Protestant Reformation, was a challenging time for artists working in northern Europe. In January 1525, only 7 …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/librarycollections/2019/05/27/the-peasants-feast-by-sebald-beham

  4. Charles Meryon and the French etching revival

    By the early 19th century in Europe, the intaglio technique of etching had fallen out of popularity in the graphic arts. Etching was a popular printmaking …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/librarycollections/2019/05/20/charles-meryon-and-the-french-etching-revival

  5. Faithful and frightening: The Renaissance imagination explored

    A post by Mary Henkel who is an undergraduate student at the University of Melbourne studying Art History.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/librarycollections/2018/12/13/faithful-and-frightening-the-renaissance-imagination-explored

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