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2 edition of dictionary of British etchers. found in the catalog.

dictionary of British etchers.

Maurice Harold Grant

dictionary of British etchers.

by Maurice Harold Grant

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Published by Published for the author by Rockliff in London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination232p.,23cm
Number of Pages232
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20413413M

This vintage book constitutes the definitive guide to etching, complete with historical information, a look at the masters, critical analyses, invaluable tips, and more. A comprehensive and insightful treatise on the subject, this book will appeal students of art, and constitutes a veritable must-read for connoisseurs of antiquarian art literature. The third volume, Simon Houfe's Dictionary of British Book Illustrators and Caricaturists3 is the most relevant to scholars of Victorian periodicals. Although the title refers to book illustration, most of the 2, illustrators covered in this work also contributed to periodicals, Houfe's.

Dictionary R RACHAL, Pierre, dit St. Denis, soldier, pioneer. Born, Saint-Denis, Isle d'Oléron, France, Janu ; son of Pierre Rachal, Sr., a drummer in the Marine company of Henri Louis de Chavignac stationed at Rochefort, and of Elisabeth Jaguet. Emigrated from Rochefort with a contingent of soldiers dispatched on the Ludlow. The Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America was founded in to promote interest in rare and antiquarian books and book collecting, and to foster collegial relations. We strive to maintain the highest standards in the trade. All members agree to abide by the ABAA's Code of Ethics.

Website of Elizabeth Harvey-Lee, printdealer in old masters, modern British and modern Continental artists’ etchings, engravings, lithographs, woodcuts, linocuts. (Prints bought and sold.) Special interest in prints by women artists. Publisher of two fully illustrated stock catalogues each year. Wide selection from stock on this website, in monthly changing (and archived) selections. British, 19th – 20th century, male. Born , in London; died 17 April , in London. Painter, watercolourist, draughtsman, lithographer, engraver, illustrator. Edmund Sullivan was the brother of the draughstman James Frank Sullivan and the pupil of his father, the painter Michael Sullivan.


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Etcher meaning: 1. a person who makes etchings 2. a person who makes etchings. Learn more. A Dictionary of British Etchers on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Dictionary of British Etchers4/5(1). COVID Resources.

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Etcher definition, to cut, bite, or corrode with an acid or the like; engrave with an acid or the like, as to form a design in furrows that when charged with ink will give an impression on paper. See more.

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A dictionary of British etchers. London: Rockliff. MLA Citation. Grant, Maurice Harold. A dictionary of British etchers / by Maurice Harold Grant Rockliff London Australian/Harvard Citation. Grant, Maurice Harold. A dictionary of British etchers / by Maurice Harold Grant Rockliff London.

Wikipedia Citation. Etch definition, to cut, bite, or corrode with an acid or the like; engrave with an acid or the like, as to form a design in furrows that when charged with ink will give an impression on paper. See more. Welcome to Benezit Dictionary of Artists. A comprehensive and definitive resource for artists’ biographies, published since ; Includesbiographies as well as auction records, exhibition histories, and o images of artists’ signatures and stamps of sale.

etcher 意味, 定義, etcher は何か: 1. a person who makes etchings 2. a person who makes etchings. もっと見る. Get print book. No eBook available. Dictionary of British Artists, WorkingVolume 1 Grant M. Waters No preview Title: Dictionary of British Artists, WorkingVolume 2 Dictionary of British Artists, WorkingGrant M.

Waters: Author: Grant M. Waters: Publisher: Eastbourne Fine Art, Original from: the. Book Description: The most comprehensive volume of its kind, Gray's Dictionary of British Women Artists offers extensively-researched biographies of some of the most significant female contributors to British art.

This volume makes a valuable contribution to the study of art history. Great deals on Antiquarian & Collectible Books. Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at Fast & Free shipping on many items. Barbara Greg (30 April – ) was a British artist who illustrated a number of books.

Biography. Greg was born in Styal in Cheshire and was educated at Bedales School. She studied at the Slade School of Art in London between and where she was taught by her future husband, the artist Norman Janes, whom she married in During this time she also took wood engraving classes Born: 30 AprilStyal, Cheshire.

Biography. Dalby, whose father was the respected watercolour painter Charles Longbotham, was born in St Andrews in Scotland. She attended the Haberdashers' Aske's School for Girls at Acton in west London from to Dalby studied art, specialising in engraving and calligraphy, at the City and Guilds of London Art School from to In she had her first picture exhibited at.

Jahrhunderts = Dictionary of Monograms 2: International List of Monograms in the Visual Arts of the 19th and 20th Centuries. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, Pfisterer, Paul. Signaturenlexikon = Dictionary of Signatures.

Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, In short, if you need help either deciphering, identifying, or confirming artist signatures, you need John Castagno's reference book help.

If an online artist signature database is more your cup of tea, you can also access Castagno's life work via the Internet at Artists Signatures. The database conta signature examples by 50, Poet; Assistant Keeper of Prints and Drawing, British Museum.

Binyon's father was Frederick Binyon, a minister, and mother Mary Dockray (Binyon), the daughter of Robert Benson Dockray, principal engineer of the London and Birmingham Railroad.

He attended St. Paul's School before pursing Classics at Trinity College, Oxford University. In he made a first in classical moderations, and in. Monograms Monograms and Initialed Signatures.

This section is arranged alphabetically, according to the letters in the monograms or initialed signatures. Although monograms and initials (including conjoined initials) are quite different from each other, they are always placed in the same category.

Austen's favorite subjects were wild animals, and she was successful in the illustration of books. Her etchings of animals and birds were popular in the s and s.

At the Royal Academy inshe exhibited "The Day of Reckoning", a wolf pursued by hunters through a forest in snow. A second show a snow scene, featured a wolf baying, while two others are apparently listening to him.

Bryant, Mark, and Simon Heneage, Dictionary of British Cartoonists and Caricaturists –, Scolar Press, Buckman, David, The Dictionary of Artists in Britain SinceArt Dictionaries,rev. edn., Connolly, Joseph, Eighty Years of Book Cover Design, Faber and Faber, There are histories of American painting and engraving, but " Etching in America " is the first book devoted to this branch of our art.

As a history, it records the subserviency of etching in the hands of our early engraver etchers, and the various influences leading to the late emancipation of etching as an art.History of publishing, an account of the selection, preparation, and marketing of printed matter from its origins in ancient times to the present.

The activity has grown from small beginnings into a vast and complex industry responsible for the dissemination of all manner of cultural material.