1 edition of Charles Eisen, eighteenth century French book illustrator and engraver. found in the catalog.
Charles Eisen, eighteenth century French book illustrator and engraver.
Vera Frances Salomons
|Series||Scripta artis monographia, 17|
|LC Classifications||NC980.5 E37 S24 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||315|
There is a tiny red mark to the label. Title &  pages. Good. Louis Roederer's library comprised not only one of the finest collections of eighteenth-century French books, but a greater number of original drawings for French book illustrations of that period [nearly three thousand] than any . See also Extra-illustrated books.. Extending the Book: the Art of Extra-Illustration, one of the Exhibitions at the Folger, opened on Janu and closed on The exhibition was curated by former Curator of Art and Special Collections Erin C. Blake (Folger Shakespeare Library) and Stuart Sillars (University of Bergen) with LuEllen DeHaven (Folger Shakespeare Library).
Feb 7, - Learn more about the 18th Century World at Titillating Tidbits About the Life and Times of Marie Antoinette: ot pins. This is an 18th Century artwork, which is so advanced for its time, that Medea looks like an Art Nouveau heroine in a Black and White silent movie!. This engraving is after Charles Dominique Eisen, and comes from a French edition of Ovid's "Metamorphoses" circa Charles Eisen was a star in his time and a draughtsman to the : $ 18th-century French engravers (29 P) 19th-century French 21st-century French engravers (3 P) Pages in category "French engravers" The following pages are in this category, out of approximately total. This list may not reflect Charles Dupuis (engraver) Nicolas-Gabriel Dupuis; Constant Dutilleux; Jean Duvet; E. Jean Edelinck.
Laugier expanded his book-length essay in a second edition published in This second edition includes the iconic frontispiece illustration by French artist Charles Eisen. In the picture, an idyllic woman (perhaps the personification of Architecture) points out a simple rustic cabin to a child (perhaps the unknowing, naive architect). Images similar to FOT 'Joseph de Longueil after Charles Eisen, French (), Rural Concert, etching and engraving'. Showing 1 - of 7, The dramatic and animated plates are strikingly different from the Eisen engravings in other editions of this work, and are more modern in sensibility than the usual 18th century French engravings. The colophon notes that the plates were broken after the copies of this edition were printed.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedCopy on laid paper with large margins of the Métamorphoses d’Ovide in pdf of Ange-François Fariau pdf Saint-Ange (), with the original Latin in opposite, complete in four volumes gathering plates engraved on copper, in first edition.
A masterpiece of the art of engraving at the turn of the 18th century, illustrating supernatural and fantastic stories of Ovid.
The.Title: Standing Soldier: Garde Française Artist: Charles Dominique Joseph Eisen (French, Valenciennes – Brussels) Former Attribution: Formerly attributed to Antoine Watteau (French, Valenciennes – Nogent-sur-Marne) Date: 18th century Medium: Red chalk over traces of graphite Dimensions: 9 7/16 x 6 5/16 in.
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