Titel: The Art of Illustration, 1750-1900.
Verlag: Library Association, London, first edition, 1970
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust Jacket Included
Auflage: 1st Edition
Cloth, 4to, 26 cm, 144 pp, plates, ills. From the blurb: "The year 1900 was chosen to end the survey since by then most illustrations were reproduced by photographic methods. The various illustration processes are described and outstanding examples of each are discussed. Chapters are devoted to the wood-cut and the wood engraving, the etching, the engraving, and the lithograph. There are over 40 well-reproduced examples of different types of book illustration. Contents: 1. Book Illustration, 1750-1900: an introductory survey; 2. Illustration Processes in Use during 1750-1900; 3. The Woodcut and the Wood Engraving, 1750-1900; 4. The Etching, 1750-1900; 5. The Engraving, 1750-1900; 6. The Lithograph, 1800-1900." Covers slightly marked, top edge slightly darkened, otherwise Good in browned and slightly torn dustwrapper. Buchnummer des Verkäufers ABE-21212
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