Exam 1 :: Comments & Mnemonics

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  1. Rusty says:

    MASo FINiguerra is the MASter of the FINe manner.

  2. Lindsey says:

    Some extra lecture questions to know

    ~Who was the first important french engraver and the only solitary mystic in printmaking before William Blake? Jean Duvet

    ~Who was considered a copyist of Durer in Italy? Raimondi 

    ~What are the 4 major print processes? Relief; intaglio; Planographic and stencil

    ~A single print Woodcut is called? einblattdrucke

    ~Who establishes the first printing conglomerate know as the Aldine press? Aldus Manutius
    ~Who made a book full with a collection of Durers work? Joseph Meder

    ~The fine manner engraving metal process is known as? Niello
    ~What was the first italian print to bear an authors full signature? The battle of the Nudes by Antonio Pollaiuolo

    ~What was the most important engraving in 16th century italy? Entombment of christ by Andrea Mantenga

  3. Grant says:

    Hans H(olbein)
    Hans from Hell – (skeleton prints)


  4. Chiann says:

    I had a hard time understanding the printing process definitions, so I found some really detailed videos on YouTube of the Intaglio/Planographic processes. If you are a visual learner, I think this will help. The links are below:
    Intaglio Printing Process- http://youtu.be/SNKn4PORGBI
    Planographic (lithography) Printing Process- http://youtu.be/JHw5_1Hopsc

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