Identifying Master of the Die: Re-Examining Sixteenth Century Italian Printmaking
For over four hundred and fifty years the identity of Master of the Die has remained a mystery. Finally through historical documentation and research the author of 'Identifying Master of the Die' has resolved the mystery and given him a name.
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Agostino Veneziano Antonio Lafreri Antonio Salamanca appears audience Aula Constantini Aula Pontificum Barlachi's engraving Bartsch XV Baviero Capella di Sisto Cellini chamber Claudio Duchetti Clement VII concistoro publico copperplate copy corridore & loggie cube/die dado dice die-stamp die/cube documented Early Modern Sources edition Enea Vico executed Fable of Psyche Gianfrancesco Penni Giochi di putti Giorgio Vasari Giovanni da Udine Giulio Bonasone Giulio Romano goldsmith Grotesques Grottesche hall historians inscribed intagliatore John Shearman Julius known koppa Lafreri workshop Leo X loggie di palazzo Marcantonio plates Marcantonio Raimondi Marco da Ravenna Master matrix Michelangelo monogram Nicolas Beatrizet Palafrenieri Papagalli papal Pope print publisher printer public consistory publisher's address putti tapestries Raffaello Raphael designs Raphael in Early Sala di Costantino Sala Regia Salonika scholars Sebastiano Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae stampatore tapestry designs tasselli Thomassin Tommaso Barlachi Tommaso Vincidor translation Vasari described Vasari wrote Venetian Venice Victory of Scipio Yale University Press