3 edition of Bewick collector found in the catalog.
|Statement||London, L. Reeve, 1866.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||562|
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The Bewick Collector: A Descriptive Catalogue Of The Works Of Thomas And John Author: Thomas Hugo. The Bewick Collector: A Descriptive Catalogue of the Works of Thomas and John Bewick; Including Cuts, in Various States, for Books and Pamphlets, Private Gentlemen, Public Companies, Exhibitions, Races, Newspapers, Shop Cards, Invoice Heads, Bar Bills, Coal Certificates, Broadsides, and Other Miscellaneous Purposes, and Wood Blocks.
With an. Full text of "The Bewick Collector: A Supplement to a Descriptive Catalogue of the Works " See other formats. The Bewick Collector: A Supplement to a Descriptive Catalogue of the Works Item PreviewPages: Thomas Bewick was born at Cherryburn House, Eltringham, Northumberland in August ofthe eldest of eight children.
Early on he demonstrated a talent for art by drawing on the hearthstones of his family home and filling the margins of his school books with pencil sketches of the surrounding flora and fauna. At the age of 14 he was apprenticed to Newcastle engraver Ralph.
About this Item: printed by Edward Walker for T. Bewick and Longman & Rees, Newcastle, 2 volumes, first edition of volume II, second edition of volume I (the first of volume I first appeared in ).
Wood engravings by Thomas Bewick. 8vo., contemporary full calf elaborately decorated in gilt, expertly rebacked with original slightly chipped spines laid down, marbled endpapers. Their instantly recognisable style was to influence book illustration well into the nineteenth century.
The antiquary and print collector Thomas Hugo (), best known as a collector of Bewick woodcuts, first published this two-volume catalogue of his extensive collection in About this Item: Newcastle: Printed by J.
Blackwell and Co., for R.E. Bewick: Sold by him, Longman & Co., London; and all Booksellers, First Edition. Very good copies in the original gilt-blocked cloth. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat rubbed and dust-toned as with age.
The Bewick Collector: A Descriptive Catalogue of the Works of Thomas and John Bewick; Including Cuts, in Various States, for Books and Pamphlets, Private Gentlemen, Public Companies, Exhibitions, Races, Newspapers, Shop Cards, Invoice Heads, Bar Bills. [The chief authorities for Bewick's life are: Atkinson's Memoir in the Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, &c., for ; Chatto's Treatise on Wood Engraving,ch.
vii.; Memoir of Thomas Berwick, written by himself, ; Bell's Catalogue, ; Hugo's Berwick Collector, (2 vols.) Little has been added to these by later researches, although, much.
Hugo, Thomas. The Bewick collector. A descriptive catalogue of the works of Thomas and John Bewick; including cuts, in various states, for books and pamphlets, private gentlemen, public companies, exhibitions, races, newspapers, shop cards, invoice heads, bar bills, coal certificates, broadsides, and other miscellaneous purposes, and wood blocks.
The year-old volume was bought by English book dealers at a fair in San Francisco in Robert Elliot Bewick (–) was the son of the engraver Thomas Bewick. After Robert's death, his sisters gave his pipes and tunebooks to the artist and tune collector Joseph Crawhall, who did much to encourage the Northumbrian smallpipes.
Subsequently these books were given to Gateshead Public Library, where they remain. Heather StanleyDeputy Tax Collector Main StreetSouth Berwick ME Direct Phone Alternate Phone Fax Number IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR BUYERS AND SELLERS OF PROPERTY IN MAINE For questions and up to date information on Tax Bills, Payments, Balances, and the Tax Club, please use the email below.
Our staff works in the office on a. It is on display at the Newcastle Literary and Philosophical Society ahead of it being given to its new owner, Bewick collector David Bolam. Bewick was a. Full text of "The Bewick collector: a supplement to a descriptive catalogue of the works " See other formats.
The first book in the volume, Poems by Goldsmith and Parnell, is illustrated with four full-page, wood-engraved plates, by Thomas Bewick and one by John Bewick, and eight wood-engraved vignettes drawn by Robert Johnson or John Bewick, and engraved by Thomas Bewick.
The second book, The Chase by William Somerville, has thirteen wood-engraved.