MARK J. MILLARD ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION, NORTHERN EUROPEAN, VOL. III.
Mallgrave, Harry F.
First edition. catalogue of 144 Northern European books on architecture, antiquities, and decoration, from the 16th into the 19th centuries, all in the Millard Collection at the National Gallery of Art. Introductory essay by Harry Francis Mallgrave. Bibliographic descriptions by Gerald Beasley, Claire Baines, Henry Raine. Illustrated books containing scenes of architectural interest, views of interiors, etc. Each numbered entry provides bibliographic and physical descriptions, references, provenance where applicable, and contains a brief discussion of relevant points (the architect, the architecture, and so on).There are many black-and-white reproductions of drawings and engravings. Indexed.
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> BIBLIOGRAPHY, TWENTIETH CENTURY
> LIBRARY HISTORY, TWENTIETH CENTURY
> BEASLEY, GERALD
> MILLARD ARCHITECTURAL COLLECTION
> NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART
> MALLGRAVE, HARRY FRANCIS
> ARCHITECTURE, SIXTEENTH CENTURY
> ARCHITECTURE, SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
> ARCHITECTURE, EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
> ARCHITECTURE, NINETEENTH CENTURY
> BOOK ILLUSTRATION, SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
> BOOK ILLUSTRATION, EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
> BOOK ILLUSTRATION, NINETEENTH CENTURY
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NOUVEAU TRAITÉ SUR LES IMPRESSIONS MODERNES EN COULEURS
by Soullier, Eugéne
Well-illustrated manual, in French. The seven plates show a variety of techniques and papers, including one that is embossed, several showing the three-color process, and two on colored paper. Contents somewhat spotted throughout. Crack at the half-title. Boards rubbed. With the bookplate and pencil signature of Gavin Bridson.