Storia dell’arte 146-148, 2017
Giovanni Maria Fara
La recezione di Martin Schongauer incisore nell’arte e nella letteratura italiana del XVI e XVII secolo. Modelli di lettura
In this article the author proposes an overall reconsideration of the Martin Schongauer’s reception as engraver in Italian art and literature during the Sixteenth and Seventeenth centuries, paying constant attention to the surviving sources. Especially, the author investigates Schongauer’s position as Dürer’s master, his recognized role as initiator of the Nordic engraving, and the different ways in which his famous prints were reproduced in Italy.