Derived from a famous 16th-century Swiss artist's works, this is the only Jost Amman collection available in any form. It draws primarily upon the woodcut master's most important works: Book of Trades and A Little Book of Art. More than 280 intricate images include knights, Turks, print... read more
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Derived from a famous 16th-century Swiss artist's works, this is the only Jost Amman collection available in any form. It draws primarily upon the woodcut master's most important works: Book of Trades and A Little Book of Art. More than 280 intricate images include knights, Turks, printmakers, sensual women, mythological figures, peasants, clergymen, and many other unusual illustrations.
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