The Origins of Engravings in Northern Europe (1400-1470)

Les origines de l’estampe en Europe du Nord (1400-1470)

Palais Royal , Paris, 75001
Admission: EUR 12 (entry to Louvre Museum, this exhibition is free) 
THIS EXHIBITION IS NO LONGER OPEN - it ended on 13/01/2014
Wheelchair Access
 
Opening Times
Monday: 0900 - 1800
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 0900 - 2145
Thursday: 0900 - 1800
Friday: 0900 - 2145
Saturday: 0900 - 1800
Sunday: 0900 - 1800
Closed 1st May, 25th December, 1st January.
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It is at the discovery of an important story that the Louvre Museum invites you to. That of the birth of engraving in the West, which allowed the multiplication of identical images that are engraved and inked beforehand.

The visit leads you in 1400, period during which artists and engravers started to experiment various engraving techniques to be able to print at leisure a chosen image.

The exhibition insists on the original center of this research, the Germanic regions, dwells on the multiplicity of themes illustrated by engravers, and develops the topic around the production techniques of an engraving.

This exciting presentation, adorned with exceptional works, extends to the beginning of the career of the most famous engraver of his time, the Rhenish Martin Schongauer.

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