In the seventeenth century, a period known as the Dutch golden age, Dutch book production led the world.
Dutch dominance of European printing at this time can be attributed to two main factors: the Dutch Republic’s position as a centre of international trade, and its relative freedom of the press. This exhibition showcases some examples of fine Dutch printing held in Rare Books & Special Collections.
When: 18th March – 23rd September 2019
Where: Fisher Library, Level 1