For New Impressions, Paul investigated Norwich’s first printed book. Its Dutch title Belijdenisse ende is a translation of the Latin, Confessio Helvetica, a statement of Protestant faith from sixteenth-century Switzerland. Paul also applied Colman Mustard as a yellow ink for screen-printing, in response to the fact that this book forms part of the Colman Collection.
Renaissance book reference:
Belijdenisse (Norwich, 1568)