A treatise on etching, tr. by S.R. Koehler, Issue 192

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Page 62 - Rembrandt. Discours sur sa vie et son génie, avec un grand nombre de documents historiques, par le Dr. P.
Page 62 - The American Art Review. A Journal devoted to the Practice, Theory, History, and Archaeology of Art.
Page 58 - New York. 27. (p. 62.) Zinc plates can be steel-faced, but the facing cannot be renewed, as it cannot be removed. The zinc plate on which Mr. Lansil's little etching, given in this volume, is executed, was steel-faced. It is feasible also, the electrotypers tell me, to deposit a thin coating of copper on the zinc first, and then to superimpose a coating of steel. In that case the steel-facing can be renewed as long as the copperfacing under it remains intact LIST OF WORKS ON THE PRACTICE AND HISTORY...
Page 62 - NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE will embrace the art of our own time as well as the past, and will give special attention to the history and archaeology of art in America. The illustrations will consist of first-class etchings, engravings, woodcuts, etc., but its especial feature will be a series of ORIGINAL PAINTER-ETCHINGS BY AMERICAN ARTISTS. Besides these American etchings, each number will contain etchings by celebrated European artists, such as WILLIAM UNGER, LEOPOLD FLAMENG, P. RAJON, etc. The
Page 62 - will be equal in quality to the best European publications of a similar nature and will be the only truly representative American Art Magazine. Each monthly part will contain three full-page plates and forty pages of letter-press ; size 9| X 12$.
Page i - Amongst Frenchmen Claude is the best landscape etcher of past days, and Lalanne the best of the present day.
Page 62 - Philadelphia ; Mr. WJ LINTON, New Haven : Dr. GH LODGE, Boston ; Mr. CHARLES G. LORING, Curator of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston ; Mr. WILLIAM MACLEOD, Curator of the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington ; Mr. CHARLES H. MOORE, Harvard University, Cambridge ; Prof. CE NORTON, Harvard University, Cambridge ; Mr. THEODORE G. PINCHES, British Museum. London ; Maj. JW POWELL, Washington ; Mrs.
Page xxiv - Claude, to whom his friends rather indiscreetly compared him in his lifetime. "I shall not speak of you . . . nor of your etchings, in which the style of Claude is so well united to the grace of Karel Dujardin, " wrote Charles Blanc in a letter to Lalanne which is printed in the English translation of the latter 's treatise on etching, the standard text-book on this subject. He lacks the sustained seriousness and elevation of the master, but he has something of the charm of the disciple. He has also...
Page 60 - ... Surrey Institution in the Year 1809, by ROBERT MITCHELL MEADOWS. London, 1811. 8vo. Manuel du graveur, ou Traité complet de la gravure en tous genres, d'après les renseignements fournis par plusieurs artistes. Par AM PERROT. Paris, 1830. In -18. Des mordants, des vernis et des planches dans l'art du graveur, ou Traité complet de la gravure. Par PIERRE DELESCHAMPS. Paris, 1836. In -8.
Page 62 - Mrs. CE CLEMENT, Boston ; Mr. CLARENCE COOK, New York ; Mr. THOMAS DAVIDSON, Boston ; Mr. J. DURAND, South Orange, New Jersey ; Dr. JACOB VON FALKE, Vienna, Austria ; Mr. CHARLES HENRY HART, Philadelphia ; Prof. HALSEY C. IVES, St. Louis ; Mr. JOHN LA FARGE, New York ; Mr. W. MACKAY LAFFAN, New York, Mr. GEORGE MCLAUGHLIN, Cincinnati ; Dr. ALFRED C. LAMBDIN, Philadelphia ; Mr. WJ LINTON, New Haven ; Dr. GH LODGE, Boston ; Mr. CHARLES G. LORING, Curator of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston ; Mr. WILLIAM...

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