A Treatise on Wood Engraving, Historical and Practical

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    Among the more remarkable single subjects engraved on wood from
Durer’s designs, the following are most frequently referred to: God the
Father bearing up into heaven the dead body of Christ, with the date

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Notice to the Second Edition (by Henry Bohn)
Mr. Jackson’s Preface
Mr. Chatto’s Preface

List of Illustrations

Chapter I (separate file)
Chapter II (separate file)
Chapter III (separate file)
Chapter IV (separate file)
Chapter V (separate file)
Chapter VI (separate file)
Chapter VII (separate file)
Chapter VIII (separate file)
Chapter IX (separate file)

Index

Errors and Inconsistencies

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William Blake.

W. J. Linton.

DEATH’S DOOR.

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A TREATISE
ON
WOOD ENGRAVING

Historical and Practical

WITH UPWARDS OF THREE HUNDRED ILLUSTRATIONS
ENGRAVED ON WOOD

BY JOHN JACKSON.

THE HISTORICAL PORTION BY W. A. CHATTO.

 

Second Edition

WITH A NEW CHAPTER ON THE ARTISTS OF THE PRESENT DAY

BY HENRY G. BOHN

AND 145 ADDITIONAL WOOD ENGRAVINGS.

 


 

LONDON
HENRY G. BOHN, YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN.
M.DCCC.LXI.

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Richard Clay / Breads Hill / Sola Lux Mihi Laus / London

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