- Also known as
primary name: Dubosc, Claude
other name: Du Bosc, Claude
- individual; printmaker; dealer/auction house; British; French; Male
- Life dates
- Golden Head, Charles Street, Covent Garden, London (in 1729)
Whitcomb Street near Leicester Square (by 1740)
- Engraver and dealer. In 1711 with Charles Dupuis to England,as part of team to engrave the Raphael Cartoons at Hampton Court. Remained in London until his death. Set up as a dealer in 1729. In 1730s entered into a partnership with William Darres for the import of books and prints from Paris. In 1737 contracted with Jacques Rollin in Paris to supply him with 300 impressions from the plates for Picart's 'Cérémonies réligieuses', which he had acquired in Holland (see BNF Mss Anisson-Duperron ms.fr. 22067, folios 219-233, - reference from Le Bitouzé, p.63).
Michael Harris, 'Engravers, printsellers and the London book trade', in Arnold Hunt (et al., eds), 'The book trade and its customers, historical essays for Robin Myers', Winchester 1997, pp.104-5.