Graphic art of the 18th century / by Jean Adhémar ; [translated from the French by M.I. Martin].

New York : McGraw-Hill, [1964] .

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
George Washington
Gelman Art and Design stacks (1st Floor)
NE480 .A313 1964 Available Request
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Lauinger stacks
NE480 .A313 1964 DUE 01-31-2019
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Subjects Engraving -- History.
Description 254 pages : black and white illustrations ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 237-240) and index.
Contents France in the 1st quarter of the eighteenth century -- The illustrated books: oudry, Boucher, Cochin, and the vingette engravers -- William Hogarth -- Painter-etchers in Italy: Canaletto, Tiepolo, and Piranesi -- The art of the French painter-engravers: Fragonard, Saint-Aubin and the amateurs -- France in the sixties professional engravers, first attempts at colour, popular prints -- Germany and England Chodowiecki: the engravers after Reynolds -- The years 1770-89 the Paris School of engravers: Lavrience, Moreau-Le-Jeune, Debucourt -- The French Revolution, Gillray, Rowlandson -- Goya's Caprichos -- The end of the century -- Various opinions of the prints of the eighteenth century, from their own day until now.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1075973
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WorldCat Identities Adhémar, Jean.
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