Watch the British Museum Conserve Its Largest Print, a 16th-Century Dürer Woodcut

Albrecht Dürer’s 1515-17 “Triumphal Arch” is one of the largest prints ever produced, made with 195 woodblocks on 36 sheets of paper that stretch four by three meters. The first edition at the British Museum is the institution’s biggest print, and was acquired in 1834.

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