Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo, 123 pages, original cloth, gilt. With 24 color illustrations. Very Good. Item #1850
¶ Bamber Gascoigne offers a broad historical survey of advancements in colour printing from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century. From Marie Korey's review in PBSA: "Gascoigne provides an overview of the achievements of previous generations of color printers who helped to make it viable." An essential reference work.