Catalogue of the Engraved Work of Asher B. Durand Exhibited at the Grolier Club, April, MDCCCXCV.

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Grolier Club, 1895 - Engravers - 103 pages

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Page 79 - Erected to the memory of George Frederick Cooke, by Edmund Kean, of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 1821. "Three kingdoms claim his birth, Both hemispheres pronounce his worth.
Page 61 - GEORGE WASHINGTON. Half length in uniform, head to left. Line. Height 4 8-16 inches; width 3 10-16 inches. Eng. by AB Durand from the full length Portrait by Col. Trumbull belonging to Yale College.
Page 6 - As an engraver Asher Brown Durand is facile princept among his countrymen and quite the peer of any of his European contemporaries But this is no insignificant position as long as we can point to Edwin, the American Bartolozzi in method, though vastly superior in manner, for I have yet to see anything by the Italian- Englishman equal to Edwin's best work after Stuart.
Page 97 - William Cullen Bryant wrote the prospectus and descriptive text. Only one number was issued. These plates were afterwards issued with the New York Mirror, being enclosed in ornamental borders and inscriptions changed from : Published by Elam Bliss, etc., to, Engraved for the New York Mirror.
Page 27 - Painted by T. Sully, Eng. by AB Durand from a copy by James Herring, / Stephen Decatur / facsimile signature / . . . . Copyright, . . . 1835 by fames Herring.
Page 73 - The / Poetical Works / of / Walter Scott, Esq. / Illustrated with Engravings /from the designs of / Richard Westall, Esq. RA/ . . . / (vignette) New York, / Published by James Eastburn &= Co.
Page 64 - Governor of the State of Connecticut. / From an original picture painted by Sully, in the possession of / William Grade, Esqr.
Page 3 - Durand is the only American engraver entitled to take his place and hold his rank with the famous ones mentioned.
Page 80 - Engraved for address before the American Academy of Fine Arts, by Robert Ray, New York, Nov. 17th, 1825.
Page 24 - Mayor of the City of New York. / From the Original Picture in the possession of the Corporation.

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