Page of Gutenberg's 42-Line Bible, Printed in the 1450s, Probably the First Use of Movable Type Giclée-Druck
Literature, manuscripts, etc, are pretty important to the story as well. Illuminated manuscripts are always a good idea.
Johannes Gutenberg - Gutenberg-Bibel, Initiale I
The early history of illustrated printed books is also the history of woodcut. Woodcut illustrations long predate the mid-fifteenth-century introduction of movable type to Germany. They were used extensively in the printing of textiles many hundreds of years before in Europe and the Far East. Designs were cut in relief in wood, inked, then stamped …
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Gutenberg, who introduced printing in Europe, and who is referred to as the inventor of typography. invented mechanical movable type printing. The Gutenberg era (1456-1760) is marked by its influence of the printed word in typographically heavy designs. Design done by Rodrigo Serna from Behance.
image of page from the Gutenberg Bible. The Gutenberg Bible was the first major work printed using moveable type.
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The Bible of Federico da Montefeltro may be considered a great celebration of the art of illumination. This work embodies the peak of development in the fifteenth century of the culture of the figurative arts in Italy and Europe. A work of monumental proportions This Bible was produced at a time when the practice of printing with movable types was…