Albrecht Dürer, The Triumphal Arch of Maximilian I (1515)
CourtesyThe Philadelphia Museum of Art

Printmaking has had a checkered history. Overshadowed by the spectacular effects of painting and the grandeur of sculpture, prints have often been considered works of mere craftsmanship and mechanical reproduction. While scholars and curators know better, there are still plenty of print collectors who find...

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