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Adriaan Schoonebeek's Etching Manual (1698): Edition, Translation, Comments

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One of the many practitioners of trades and techniques engaged by Tsar Peter the Great during his visit to the Dutch Republic in 1697-8, was the Amsterdam printmaker Adriaan Schoonebeek (1661-1705). Within the framework of this appointment Schoonebeek wrote a concise manual of the technique of etching. This article presents an edition of this oldest complete Dutch etching manual, together with a modern English translation.

Affiliations: 1: University of Amsterdam; Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam; Researcher, Amsterdam; Herzog August Library, Wolfenbüttel (Germany)


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