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Creator:
Hamilton, George, writer on art.
Title:
The English school, a series of the most approved productions in painting and sculpture; executed by British artists from the days of Hogarth to the present time. Selected, arranged, and accompanied with descriptive and explanatory notices in English and French. By G. Hamilton. Engraved in outline upon steel ...
Published/Created:
London, Charles Tilt, 1831-1832.
Physical Description:
4 v. plates 19 cm.
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
N6764 H3 1831 copy 1
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Rare Books and Manuscripts
N6764 H3 1831 copy 2
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
Classification:
Books
Notes:
English and French.
Added t.-p.'s in French with imprint: Paris, M. Hamilton, et Audot, libraire. Vol. 4 has imprint: Paris, Audot, libraire, et à la Librairie Étrangère.
Printed by Fain, Paris.
BAC: Advertisements: [8] p. at end of v. 1. (Copy 1)
BAC: British Art Center has two copies. Copy 1 has bookplate of Daniel Britten. Copy two is bound in blind- stamped dark green publisher's cloth and has presentation inscription of John Young.
Subject Terms:
Art -- Great Britain.
Britten, Daniel -- Bookplate.
Etching -- Specimens -- 1831-1832.
Tilt, Charles, 1797-1861 -- Publisher.
Young, John -- Pres. inscription to Mrs. John Young, July, 1836.
Young, John, Mrs. -- Pres. inscription from John Young, July, 1836.
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