Two Ashgate authors earn Honorable Mentions for the 2011 IFPDA Book Award

Posted by Luana Life, Marketing Coordinator, Literary, Music, and Art & Visual Studies

Kudos to Bernadine Barnes, author of Michelangelo in Print: Reproductions as Response in the Sixteenth Century, and David S. Areford, author of The Viewer and the Printed Image in Late Medieval Europe, for their books’ 2011 Honorable Mentions by the International Print Dealers Association.

“[Michelangelo in Print] offers a nuanced and insightful account both of prints after Michelangelo and more generally of reproductive engraving during the sixteenth century.”   Renaissance Quarterly

Learn more about Michelangelo in Print

“David Areford’s splendid book convincingly shows the vitality of…pre-Reformation block print culture…this is a valuable, fascinating and highly readable volume, which definitely merits a positive reception.”   Sixteenth Century Journal

Learn more about The Viewer and the Printed Image in Late Medieval Europe

More information on the International Print Dealers Association book awards

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