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The Print in Stuart Britain 1603 - 1689

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British Museum Press, London, UK
Griffiths, Antony
A major introductory essay examines the print trade and its customers, while substantial biographies document the careers of the leading engravers. Features many examples of both artistic and historical significance, from the anti-Catholic fervour of the 1620s, though the civil war to the "Glorious Revolution". Artists represented include Wenceslaus Hollar, Simon de Passe, Lucas, Vorstermann, David Loggan and Peter Vandrebanc.
Paperback, colour cover, illustrated in black and white throughout on good quality paper.
Condition: Very Good. Text completely clean and unmarked. Small marks and indentations to top front cover, slight rubbing to front corners of cover and small crease on back cover.

Item details

Author(s):
Griffiths, Antony
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
274 x 217 x 23 mm
Edition:
1998
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0714126071
ISBN-13:
9780714126074
Number of pages:
320
Publisher:
British Museum Press, London, UK
Title:
The Print in Stuart Britain 1603 - 1689

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British Museum Press, London, UK
Griffiths, Antony
A major introductory essay examines the print trade and its customers, while substantial biographies document the careers of the leading engravers. Features many examples of both artistic and historical significance, from the anti-Catholic fervour of the 1620s, though the civil war to the "Glorious Revolution". Artists represented include Wenceslaus Hollar, Simon de Passe, Lucas, Vorstermann, David Loggan and Peter Vandrebanc.
Paperback, colour cover, illustrated in black and white throughout on good quality paper.
Condition: Very Good. Text completely clean and unmarked. Small marks and indentations to top front cover, slight rubbing to front corners of cover and small crease on back cover.

Author(s):
Griffiths, Antony
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
274 x 217 x 23 mm
Edition:
1998
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0714126071
ISBN-13:
9780714126074
Number of pages:
320
Publisher:
British Museum Press, London, UK
Title:
The Print in Stuart Britain 1603 - 1689

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