An essay on the utility of collecting the best works of the ancient engravers of the Italian school; accompanied by A critical catalogue, with interesting anecdotes of the engravers, of a chronological series of rare and valuable prints, from the earliest practice of the art in Italy to the year 1549, now deposited in the British Museum and Royal Academy, in London, by George Cumberland ...
- London, by Payne and Foss, J. and A. Arch, and Colnaghi, Son and Co., 1827.
- Physical Description:
- vii, , 536,  p. front. (port.), fold. plates. 26 cm.
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- Frontispiece by T. Woolnoth, after Branwhite.
- Subject Terms:
- Arch (J. and A.) -- Publisher.Collectors and collecting.Colnaghi, Son and Co. -- Publisher.Engravers -- Italy.Engraving, Italian -- Catalogs.Etching -- Specimens -- 1827.Nicol, W. -- Printer.Payne and Foss -- Publisher.
- Aquatints -- 1827.
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Cumberland, George, 1754-1848, An essay on the utility of collecting the best works of the ancient engravers of the Italian school;, 1827
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