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Course Description

The middle ages brought us landmark cathedrals, universities, an educated middle class, and a high demand for privately owned books. By the 12th century, a commercial book trade, both secular and religious, was well-established. Masterpieces of lavishly decorated and illumination manuscripts were created in workshops all over Europe by highly skilled scribes, calligraphers, gilders, illuminators, and miniaturists, who were paid by the work and not by the hour. In each of the three 4-hour classes, we’ll be learning and working identically to those Medieval and Renaissance apprentice artists who learned by imitating their masters’ works. Just like the medieval illustrators, we’ll create a collection of various designs we can refer and add to.
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