SOME ACCOUNT OF THE LIFE AND WORKS OF HANS HOLBEIN, PAINTER, OF AUGSBURG
Wornum, Ralph Nicholson
- London : Chapman and Hall 1867
- nineteenth century half red morocco, marbled paper-covered boards, gilt spine in compartments between raised bands, top edge gilt, binding signed by Wm. Smith, New York.
- Frontispiece, (iv), 426 pages
- Order Nr. 78317
- Price: $ 20.00
First edition. This biography on the artist Hans Holbein (1497-1543) explores the artist's family, the artistic conditions of his native Augsburg, and his work and career in Germany and England. Text is ornamented with Holbein ornaments and initial letters. The frontispiece is engraved after a Holbein drawing by C.W. Sharpe (British printmaker, 1818-1899). Contains index and appendices. Covers worn with pieces of spine covering missing and covers detached.
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