Regency to Empire : French printmaking 1715-1814 (catalogue of an exhibition held at the Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 November 1984-6 January 1985; Museum of Fine Arts Boston, 6 February 1985-31 March 1985; and Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 27 April 1985-23 June 1985)
Minneapolis, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1984
(28 cm), 371 (1) pp., illustrations (frontispiece in colour). 125 catalogue entries. Publisher’s pictorial wrappers. - Full catalogue entries with commentaries and illustrations of all exhibited works, together with essays by George Levitine (on French 18th century printmaking in its cultural context), John W. Ittmann (on technical innovations in colour printmaking), Victor Carlson (on the role of the original printmakers, the painter-etchers), Richard Campbell (on the portrait print), David Becker (on French 18th century book illustration), and Mary L. Myers (on Rococo and Neo-Classical ornament and architecture designs in prints). ¶ Wrappers lightly worn. Good, unmarked copy.