Amicis suis, necnon unicuique artium elegantiorum amatori, tabulas insequentes ludentis otii temporibus ligno incisas, dum artem pene amissam restaurare conaretur, eorum favoris et patrocinii studiosus, dicat, dedicat, Johannes Skippe.
- [London, John Skippe, 1783]
- Physical Description:
- 1 p.., 20 mounted plates (part col.) 53 cm.
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- BAC : Plates after Giorgione, R.V., Parmigianino, Raphael, del Sarto, Rubens, Bandinelli, and Michelangelo.
Plates dated 1781-83; they appear to have been produced solely for the author's friends and were probably never issued commercially at any time.--Cf. Friedman, Joan. Color printing in England. New Haven, 1978.
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