The improbable story of the invention of lithography.
“The Everlasting Cycle of Becoming and Fading”: Thomas W. Gaehtgens on Philipp Otto Runge’s “Times of Day”
“Runge’s prints represent far more than merely the times of day. The cycle of the day represents in fact the cycle of life.”
Read MoreThis remarkable four-print series depicts the coming and departing of light, which points to the cycles of life from conception to death.
Read MoreIt could happen to you: comic mix-ups, near-death encounters, and other tales of accursed romance from French prints at the Getty Research Institute.
Read MoreThese amazingly detailed prints depict the successful military campaign of the Qianlong Emperor against Nepalese warriors.
Read MoreThe three Ensor prints were made in the 1890s, at the peak of his creative powers.
Read MoreClaiming to invent color printing, Gautier-D’Agoty was actually something of a con man.
Read MoreiPad, iPhone, and Android wallpapers drawn from prints.