November–December 2015

Volume 5, Number 4

Once a standard part of an artist’s training, then a despised form of drudgery, then a radical device for deposing the myth of heroic originality, copying can now be seen as a remarkably complex, diverse and meaningful activity. This issue of Art in Print brings together art from the 16th century to the present and considers shifting perceptions of imitation, innovation and mutton dressed as lamb.

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