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Distant viewing

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With reference to the concept of distant reading in literary history, distant viewing is a valuable analogy for a quantitative approach to art history: issues of collecting, sampling and analysis of quantitative data such as the number of replicas, of engravings and subsequent duplications or imitations by other artists, or data about the economics and market related aspects of artistic productivity.

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