January–February, 2015

Volume 4, Number 5

Et in Arcadia

The dream of Arcadia—its golden warmth, contented animals and poetic lovers—has been the wistful counterweight to the hustle of worldly ambition since Rome was in its glory. This issue of Art in Print offers a topographic tour of Arcadia spread over five centuries, from Giulio Campagnola’s limpid and groundbreaking engravings to a new work by Richard Tuttle designed to be distributed through the journal and cut out by the reader.

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