CHILTON BOOKS: Art: : 19th Century
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BARNARD, GEORGE ( 11 MAR 1807 - 29 SEP 1890) .
The Theory And Practice Of Landscape Painting In Water Colours. Illustrated by a series of twenty-four designs, coloured diagrams, and numerous woodcuts; with two extra plates on simultaneous contrasts. By George Barnard,...
London: Wm. S. Orr And Co, Amen Corner, Paternoster Row, MDCCCLV. [ 1855 ] . 0. "Leighton Brothers' Chromatic Process." A very good full leather binding. 4to. 26.5cm x 18.5cm x 2.75cm. [6pp.]/pp.176 . Polished brown calf with gilt border. Boards rubbed and bumped. Spine with five raised bands, dulled gilt decorated compartments and separate red leather title and author labels. All page edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. previous owner's ink stamp to verso of front endpaper: "John Stavers". Also: A different owner in a contemporary hand to front free-endpaper: "W. B. Mackay In memoriam J. L." Clean English text throughout. Light foxing to margins of plates. Still a very good copy in a very good binding. ** "Mr. George Barnard, landscape artist, died on Monday, September 29, aged 83,. He was well known for his water-colour pictures of Alpine Scenery, and was one of the earliest members of the Alpine Club. He was drawing master at Rugby School for a great many years, and is still remembered with affection by many old Rugbeians. He was the author of several important works of great utility to the student - "Foliage and Foreground Drawing," "Landscape Painting in Water-colours," "Drawing from Nature," "Large Studies of Trees," etc." - See Obituary, The Times, Monday, Oct 6, 1890 *** "A tour-de-force of Leightons colour printing. It contains 24 full page color plates by Leighton Brothers, of such variety that together they make of the book a kind of manual of color printing. In instructing beginning watercolorists, Barnard here showed the successive states of producing a drawing; at the same time this illustration showed the successive stages of printing a color plate. Among other prints in the book are some excellent examples of Leightons new method of coloring with relief metal plates. There are also a number of interesting studies in color juxtaposition. The volume is remarkable for the continued brilliancy of its colored inks" - See J. Friedman, Color printing in England , no. 83.".
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Book number: 45295
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Keywords: 46768 Wm. S. Orr and Co Barnard, George Leighton Brothers' Chromatic Process the Theory and Practice of Landscape Painting in Water Colours Art: : 19th Century

Vere Foster's Simple Lessons in Water-Color. Flowers.
London, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dublin: Blackie & Son, 1884 . 0. First edition. 9.5" x 7.5" x 0.25". pp.52 with 8 colour plates, which are facsimiles of original water-color drawings, and numerous outline drawings of flowers after various artists, with full instructions for drawing and painting. Original decorated cloth covered boards, Lightly soiled and dulled. Gilt title to front board. Edges lightly rubbed and corners bumped. Smooth spine.Original brown endpapers. Clean text throughout. Lovely coloured plates. Just a few small blemishes to the margins from previous use. G+ ** "Vere Henry Louis Foster (or Lewis) (25 April 1819 – 21 December 1900) was an English educationist and philanthropist. Born in Copenhagen on 25 April 1819, he was the third son of Sir Augustus John Foster, 1st Baronet and his wife, Albinia Jane (died 28 May 1867), daughter of George Vere Hobart, and granddaughter of George Hobart, 3rd Earl of Buckinghamshire. In 1847 Foster visited a family estate in County Louth, Ireland at the time of the Great Famine, with his eldest brother, Sir Frederick George Foster. They became involved in famine relief. In 1848 their father died, Vere Foster underwent a crisis in his life, and he came to concentrate on philanthropy in Ireland.." - See Wikipedia.
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Book number: 45406
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Keywords: 46894 Blackie & Son Vere Foster's Simple Lessons in Water-Color Watercolour Flowers. Art: : 19th Century

HORNE, HENRY PERCY ( 1864-1916 ) .
An Illustrated Catalogue Of Engraved Portraits And Fancy Subjects Painted By Thomas Gainsborough, R.A., Published between 1760 and 1820 : And by George Romney, Published Between 1770 and 1830 with the variations of the plates by Henry Percy Horne .
London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, Her Majesty's Printers, Great New Street, 1891 . 0. First and only edition. A very good original binding. 8vo. 10.0" x 6.5" x 0.5". pp.63 p, [20] leaves of plates . Green cloth covered boards, edges rubbed and bumped. Bright gilt titles to front board and spine. Corners and spine carefully strengthened. Top page edges gilt (a little dulled). Other page edges deckled (rough-cut). Light browning to endpapers. Small ink stamp to base of the verso of the title-page: "The J. Paul Getty Museum Library - Withdrawn". Clear text throughout. All illustrations uniformly toned with light off-setting to the facing page. A very good record of this important exhibition. ** "Herbert Percy Horne was borne in the Bedford Park section of London on February 18, 1864, the son of Henry or Horace Horne, an architect and art collector, and Miss Porter of Russell Square, the daughter of a surveyor. He was educated at St. Paul's in London.. From about 1890 Horne, was devoting his energies increasingly to art history and criticism, particularly his work on Botticelli; and had begun to spend part of each year in italy, settling there permanently in 1900. " - See Archive of Caliafornia; Herbert Percy Horne Letters , 1891-1912.
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Book number: 43151
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Keywords: Eyre & Spottiswoode George Romney Thomas Gainsborough Horne Henry Percy Illustrated Catalogue Portraits Fancy Subjects Thomas Gainsborough 44493 Art: : 19th Century

MONTAGU, IRVING (1842-1901) .
Wanderings Of A War Artist. By Irving Montagu .
London: W. H. Allen & Co, [1889] . 0. First edition (date of publication from Preface). In the original illustrated binding. 8vo. 7.75" x 5.5" x 1.25". pp.12/pp.339. Green cloth binding with gilt title to both front board and spine. The front board with a dramatic illustration of fire and war. Board edges lightly rubbed and bumped. Original green patterned endpapers. A little light foxing to half-title and last leaf, otherwise clean text and illustrations throughout. VG. **Irving Montagu (1842-1901), war correspondent and artist of the Illustrated London News and Punch.
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Book number: 44458
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Keywords: 45879 Montagu, Irving Wanderings of a War Artist. W.H. Allen & Co. Art: : 19th Century

Expositions of Raphael's Bible. By the Author of "The Expositions of the Cartoons of Raphael," &c. ; illustrated with photographs by Dunmore .
London: Arthur Miall, 18 Dundee Street, E.C, MDCCCLXVIII. [ 1868 ] . 0. First edition. A very good original binding. 8vo. pp.134./[4pp. - Adverts] . Green stippled cloth, over bevelled boards, with bright gilt ruled decoration. Smooth spine with gilt titles and smilar decoration. Corners lightly bumped. All page edges gilt. Clean text throughout, illustrated with 12 mounted sepia toned photographs. " A painter, architect, and supervisor of Roman archaeology research, Raphael (1483-1520), was a leading figure of the Italian High Renaissance. In 1510, he was called to Rome by Pope Julius II to create frescos for a room in the Vatican. He returned at the invitation of Leo X to decorate the walls and ceilings of the Loggie, the Papal palace. Raphael’s elaborate plans included designs for 13 ceiling vaults, 52 ceiling frescoes predominately portraying Old Testament scenes, and 28 pilaster frescoes for the walls. Much of the actual work of was ultimately accomplished by his assistants. This project has come to be known as Raphael’s Bible." - See Princeton University, Graphic Arts Collection.
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Book number: 35695
GBP 45.00 [Appr.: EURO 50 US$ 56.21 | JP¥ 6040]
Keywords: 39621 Arthur Miall Expositions of Raphael's Bible Smith, Richard Henry Dunmore Art: : 19th Century

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