Bartolozzi and His Works: A Biographical and Descriptive Account of the Life and Career of Francesco Bartolozzi, R.A. (illustrated) ; with Some Observations on the Present Demand for and Value of His Prints; the Way to Detect Modern Impressions from Worn-out Plates and to Recognise Falsely-tinted Impressions; Deceptions Attempted with Prints; Print Collecting, Judging, Handling, &c.; Together with a List of Upwards of 2,000 - the Most Extensive Record Yet Compiled - of the Great Engraver's Works, Volume 2

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Field & Tuer, 1882 - Engraving, Italian - 152 pages
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Page 69 - Volpato was also the principal artist employed in the execution of the splendid set of coloured prints from the works of Raphael in the Vatican.
Page 98 - Imitations of original Drawings by Hans Holbein, in the Collection of His Majesty, for the Portraits of Illustrious Persons of the Court of Henry VIII. with biographical Tracts. Published by John Chamberlaine, Keeper of the King's Drawings and Medals.
Page 103 - On A Raft, and Through The Desert: By TRISTRAM J. ELLIS. LONDON^ Field & Tuer, The Leadenhall Press, EC [Two Volumes, Price Two Pounds Twelve-and-Sixpence. A DESCRIPTION of an artist's journey through Northern Syria and Kurdistan, by the Tigris to Mosul and Baghdad, and returning across the Desert by the Euphrates and Palmyra to Damascus, over the Anti-Lebanon to Baalbek and Beyrout, with thirty-eight etchings on copper by the author, and a map.
Page 27 - I. that we ourselves have seen, mostly copies after Vandyke, we shall have an idea of the labour and exploration necessary to gather up the 731. Think also of the labour, pains, and cost in cleaning, "laying down...
Page 62 - ... reputation of the latter as an engraver became established in London, where he conducted every transaction he was engaged in with an uprightness and integrity that cause his memory to be equally respected as a gentleman and as an artist. The
Page 2 - Countries, which we must have been ignorant of, without their Assistance; and make us Contemporaries (in a manner) with the greatest Men of past Ages by giving us their lively Resemblance. . . . Nothing is more proper to form a Taste than Prints: they give us a Tincture of the fine Arts; they assist us to arrive at the Knowledge of Paintings; for if we examine them attentively, they make us easily discover the different Manner affected by each School and Master.
Page 68 - BRITISH GALLERY OF PICTURES, selected from the most admired Productions of the OLD MASTERS in Great Britain; accompanied with Descriptions historical and critical.
Page 48 - Cr — loves artists as he loves his Meat He loves the Art but tis the Art to Cheat...
Page 108 - Original Designs of the most celebrated masters of the Bolognese, Roman, Florentine and Venetian Schools...
Page 98 - original Drawings of Guercino, in the Collection of his Majesty.

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