Ugo: Ugo da Carpi, l'opera Incisa: Xilografie e Chiaroscuri da Tiziano, Raffaello e Parmigianino. Manuela Rossi.

Ugo: Ugo da Carpi, l'opera Incisa: Xilografie e Chiaroscuri da Tiziano, Raffaello e Parmigianino

Carpi IT: City of Carpi, 2009. First Edition. Tall quarto; 199pp. Illustrated with numerous woodcuts and works of art. da Carpi 'was an Italian printmaker active between 1502 and 1532 in the cities of Venice, Rome and Bologna. He is renowned for his stylistic contributions to the chiaroscuro woodcut, a printmaking technique using blocks of different colours... Although he did not create the chiaroscuro woodcut technique, he was one of the first Italian practitioners. He contributed to its development through his powerful style, focus on tonality and interpretive skills. One of his most famous works is a print of Diogenes. In addition to his numerous prints, he produced a writing book, and is also known to have produced at least one painting, the altarpiece of Saint Veronica in Saint Peter's Basilica in Rome. (wiki). Item #20300

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