A German monk wrote a childcare treatise in verse form, Versehung des Leibs in the 15th century that included woodcut illustration of a child riding a kiddie car.
- Woodcut – Wikipedia
They became popular in Europe during the latter half of the 15th century. A single-sheet woodcut is a woodcut presented as a single image or print, as opposed to a book illustration. Since its origins in China, the practice of woodcut has spread across the world from Europe to other parts of Asia, and to Latin America.
- A Brief History of Woodcut Illustrations
Sep 6, 2016 – Contemporary publishers have a variety of methods at their disposal for mixing images and text. In the 15th century it was all about the woodcut …
- woodcut | Technique, History, & Facts | Britannica.com
The woodcut process was widely used for popular illustrations in the 17th century, but no major artist employed it. In the early 19th century it was replaced by …
- The Printed Image in the West: Woodcut | Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline …
Many early woodcuts served as illustrations for the new … Six years later, in Venice, another landmark in the history of the illustrated book was published, the …
- History of Woodcuts | The Old Print Gallery Blog
Jul 12, 2011 – The Woodcut: Introduction and History from The Complete Relief Print. … in more highly developed forms as illustrations for religious books.