Regency to Empire. French Printmaking 1715-1814

Becker, David P.; Campbell, Richard; Fisher, Jay McKean; Levitine, George; Myers, Mary L.

Published by The Baltimore Museum of Art and Minneapolis Institute of Art, 1984
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First edition. Original wraps. 371 pages. With black and white illustrations throughout. SIGNED on the title page by Victor Carlson and John Ittmann, the two organizers as stated on the title page, as well as David Becker and Mary Myers, two of the authors. An in depth examination of French printmaking, providing biographical and critical information on the printmakers active at that time, as well as providing many illustrations to highlight examples of their work. In VERY GOOD+ condition with light scuffing along the extremities. Minor fading. Short diagonal crease to the lower rear cover. Interior clean and solid with a previous owner's name label on the inside front cover. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Regency to Empire. French Printmaking 1715-...
Publisher: The Baltimore Museum of Art and Minneapolis Institute of Art
Publication Date: 1984
Binding: Original Wraps
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.

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Carlson, Victor I., John W. Ittmann, David P. Becker, Richard Campbell, Jay McKean Fisher, George Levitine, and Mary L. Myers
Published by Baltimore and Minneapolis: The Baltimore Museum of Art and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1984 (1984)
ISBN 10: 0912964235 ISBN 13: 9780912964232
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Book Description Baltimore and Minneapolis: The Baltimore Museum of Art and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1984, 1984. The immensely influential catalogue of the most important exhibition of 18th century French prints ever held. Profusely illustrated in black and white, with several beautifully produced color plates. 4to. Original wraps. Fine and bright, with no defects. Seller Inventory # 2448

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