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Victoria Burge, Island (2013).

Prix de Print No. 9: Island by Victoria Burge

Claude Lorrain, detail from Le Pont de Bois (Rebecca et Eliézer) (The Wooden Bridge [Rebecca and Eliézer]) (ca. 1638–1641).

Claude Lorrain and the Notion of Printed Arcadian Landscapes

Giulio and Domenico Campagnola, detail from Concert by a brook (ca. 1516–1517).

Poetic Printmaking: Arcadia and the Engravings of Giulio Campagnola

Arcadia Unbound: Early Dutch Landscape Prints and the Amenissimae aliquot regiunculae of 1616 by Jan van de Velde II

A seated shepherd in the foreground tending his flock, hilly terrain, a vigorous emphasis on the majesty of the landscape and its constituent trees and sky: 17th-century Dutch artists such as Jan van de Velde II invested the flat fields of Holland with Arcadian bliss.

This article appears in the January-February issue of Art in Print (Vol.4, No.5).

Gillian Pederson-Krag

The prints and paintings of Gillian Pederson-Krag convey Arcadian stasis and melancholy. A new monograph surveys four decades of this contemporary realist’s oeuvre.

“Our joy be Arcadian, and free!” Arcadia in German Prints Around 1800

The idealized land of Arcadia held a special place in the imaginations of the German Romantics, providing a counterpoint to the authoritarian structures that still prevailed in German states under the Holy Roman Empire at the dawn of the 19th century.

This article appears in the January-February issue of Art in Print (Vol.4, No.5).

Marcel Pautot and His Images de Provence

The 22 tiny, sculpted prints of Marcel Pautot’s Images de Provence (1952) constitute an unlikely achievement: a completely original and utterly charming depiction of eastern Provence, from the hand of a sculptor mainly concerned with medals and perfume bottles.

This article appears in the January-February issue of Art in Print (Vol.4, No.5).