Old master print period – c. 1800Edit

15th centuryEdit

Northern

Italian

16th century Renaissance/manneristEdit

Austrian

Dutch and Flemish

French

German

Italian

Swiss

17th centuryEdit

British

Dutch and Flemish

French

German

Italian

Spanish

Other

18th centuryEdit

British

Dutch and Flemish

French

German

Italian

Spanish

Other

Key to Techniques: En = Engraver (includes Drypoint), Et = Etcher, Wo = Woodcut, Me = Mezzotint, Mo = Monotype, Aq = Aquatint, Li = Lithography, We = Wood engraving, Sc = Screen-printing, St = Stipple, Di = digital

19th centuryEdit

American

Austrian

Dutch and Belgian

British

French

German

Italian

Swiss

Mexican

Swedish

Others

20th centuryEdit

Active to c. 1960Edit

American

British

Dutch and Belgian

French

German

Greek

Indian

Swedish

Hungarian

Spanish

Italian

Other European

Latin American

Australasian

Asian and African

Active from c. 1960 to 1990Edit

American

British

Czechoslovakian

Dutch and Flemish

French

German

Swedish

Hungarian

Italian

Romania

Russian

Spanish

Other European

Latin American

Australasian

Middle East, Asian and African

Living contemporaryEdit

the Americas

European

Australian

Asia and Middle East

Indian

New Zealand

ReferencesEdit