Tag: Maps and the Middle Ages


Jacopo de’ Barbari’s ‘View of Venice’ (1500): Image Vehicles Past and Present

This essay focuses on an iconic and ground-breaking woodcut – Jacopo de’ Barbari (c. 1460/70–1516) and Anton Kolb’s View of Venice (1500) – and an interactive museum installation that I first developed for Duke University’s Nasher Museum of Art.