book of prints;
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"Oeuvre de Jehan Foucquet. Appendice" (Paris, L. Curmer) 1867; appendix to a volume of chromolithographs after illuminations and miniatures by Jean Fouquet. Including etched frontispiece with angel, chromolithographic ornament and titles, chromolithographic facsimiles after self-portrait enamel and other important works by the artist, including the Melun diptych and frontispiece to the Munich Manuscript, and titlepage to Curmer's edition of the "Heures de Maistre Estienne Chevalier". Bound in fine nineteenth-century leather, with original title wrappers to the 5th and 28th livraison.
Chromolithographs, some printed with gold; etching; wood-engravings; letterpress
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Height: 284 millimetres
Width: 202 millimetres (approx. sheet size of each page)
- Curator's comments
- This is the second of two volumes, containing a life of Fouquet, table of contents, and descriptions of the chromolithographs in volume 1. Also included in this volume are "Opinions de la Presse sur les Oeuvres de Jehan Foucquet".
For volume 1, see 1871,0610.484.1-59.
List of printmakers and colophon bound at the back of volume 1.
The drawings by:
Racinet père (Paris)
Auguste Piron (Anvers)
H. Gard (Paris)
Colin (printed by Sarazin)
For Curmer's sumptuous chromolithographic "Evangiles des Dimanches et Fêtes" in three volumes (kept together at 161*.a.1 to 3), see 1866,0113.123 to 125.
- Not on display
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