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Charles-Nicolas Cochin Graveur Et Dessinateur (1715-1790)

Rocheblave, S.

Published by G. Vanoest, Paris & Brussels, 1927
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110 pages in text. 29.5 x 23 cm. 72 black and white plates. GORDON RAY p.25. "Cochin has a prominent place among French artists of the eighteenth century.For a time his production of engravings was prodigious, but eventually the widening variety of activities the accompanied success led him for the most part to forego engraving for drawing." He along with other notable artists and critics of the day did much to advocate for the triumph of Neoclassicism in France. Text in French. Mostly unopened, clean, very fresh copy. Orig. printed wrappers. Near fine. Bookseller Inventory # 19818


Bibliographic Details

Title: Charles-Nicolas Cochin Graveur Et ...

Publisher: G. Vanoest, Paris & Brussels

Publication Date: 1927

Binding: Original Wraps

Illustrator: Cochin, Charles-Nicholas

Edition: First edition.

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