Find a copy in the library
Finding libraries that hold this item...
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Hind, Arthur Mayger, 1880-1957.
History of engraving & etching from the 15th century to the year 1914.
New York : Dover Publications, 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Arthur Mayger Hind
|Notes:||"Unabridged and unaltered republication of the third, fully revised edition, as published by Houghton Mifflin Co. in 1923"--Title page verso.|
|Description:||xviii, 487 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction: Processes and materials --
The earliest engravings (the fifteenth century) --
The great masters of engravings: their contemporaries and immediate followers (about 1495-1550) --
The beginnings of etching and its progress during the sixteenth century --
The decline of original engraving: the print-sellers; the great reproductive engravers of the School of Rubens; the first century of engraving in England (about 1540-1650) --
The great portrait engravers (about 1600-1750) --
The masters of etching: Van Dyck and Rembrandt; their immediate predecessors, and their following in the seventeenth century (about 1590-1700) --
The later development and decay of line-engraving (from about 1650) --
Etching in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries: the great Italian etchers; the archaisers and amateurs; the satirists; Goya --
The tone processes: mezzotint, the crayon manner and stipple, aquatint, colour-prints --
Modern etching --
Appendix I: Classified list of engravers --
Appendix II: General bibliography.
|Other Titles:||Short history of engraving & etching|
|Responsibility:||by Arthur M. Hind.|