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Art and Decoration in Elizabethan and Jacobean England: The Influence of Continental Prints, 1558-1625

The spread of the Renaissance and the onset of the Reformation gradually transformed the appearance of art, architecture, and decoration in sixteenth-century England. By the middle of the century, prints were being produced in near-industrial conditions in commercial centers such as Antwerp. They effected an information revolution similar to that of computers in our own time, broadcasting stylistic and religious changes and enabling English patrons and craftsmen to keep abreast of the latest artistic fashions. This richly ...

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