The woodcutters of the Netherlands in the fifteenth century. In three parts: I. History of the woodcutters. II. Catalogue of the woodcuts. III. List of the books containing woodcuts. By William Martin Conway.
- Hildesheim, G. Olms, 1961 
- Physical Description:
- xvii, , 359,  p. 23 cm.
- Reference LibraryNE1153.A1 C767 1961 (LC)Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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- Subject Terms:
- Block books -- Bibliography.Incunabula -- Bibliography.Printers, Dutch.Printing -- Netherlands -- History.Wood-engravers, Dutch.Wood-engraving -- Netherlands -- History.
- pt.I-II. Woodcuts from the block-books. Louvain, Utrecht, and Bruges (1475-1484) Leeu's early workmen at Gouda and Antwerp (1480-1491) The Haarlem woodcutter and his school (1483-1500) Foreign woodcuts used by Leeu and others (1485-1491) Zwolle (1484-1500) Delft (1477-1498) Brussels and Louvain (1484-1496) Gouda, Deventer, Leyden, and Schoonhoven (1486-1500) Late Antwerp woodcuts (1487-1500) Appendix: Audenarde and Ghent (1480-1490)--pt.III. List of the books containing woodcuts: Block-books. Presses.