Burgundian Black: Re-Working Early Modern Colour Technologies is an open-access work of multimedia scholarship exploring the significance and production of black dyes and pigments in the Burgundian-Habsburg Netherlands. To expand our understanding of chromatic history, Burgundian Black works through the practical concerns of black dyeing and pigment making through re-workings of early modern color technologies. Join for a launch and discussion of this new publication.
Free and open to the public. For more information, please visit the event webpage. Hosted by the ARTECHNE project at Utrecht University.