A vindication of the conduct of those engravers who petitioned His Royal Highness the Prince Regent : on the claims of their art to academical cultivation : in a letter to Benjamin West ... / by Benjamin Landseer ...
- London : Printed by John Tyler, Rathbone Place, for the author, 1813.
- Physical Description:
- 24 p. ; 23 cm.
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- This copy has some ms. corrections and additions.
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Landseer, with James Heath, "applied to the Royal Academy to place engraving on the same footing as in academics abroad, but their application was refused. He also petitioned the prince regent without result."--cf. DNB.
- Subject Terms:
- Engravers.Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain)Tyler, John -- Printer.
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Landseer, John, 1769-1852, A vindication of the conduct of those engravers who petitioned His Royal Highness the Prince Regent , 1813
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