- Also known as
Charles Joseph Hullmandel
primary name: Hullmandel, Charles Joseph
other name: Hullmandel & Walton
- individual; printmaker; painter/draughtsman; publisher/printer; British; Male
- Other dates
- 1818-c.1860 (active dates of firm)
- 49 Great Marlborough Street, London (1816-about 1860)
51 Great Marlborough Street (in 1819 and about 1829-45)
54 Great Marlborough Street (1827 "Hullmandel's Lithographic Establishment")
- Major lithographic printer and publisher in London, where born to French parents, and trained as an artist. Met Senefelder in Munich in 1817, opened press in London in 1818. Responsible for numerous technical developments, including lithotint and colour printing. In partnership with Joseph Fowell Walton from about 1845; the imprint Hullmandel & Walton continued in use until about 1860.
description of lithotint process in 'Transactions of the Society of Arts' 54, 1843, pp.174-5.
Michael Twyman in 'Pat Gilmour (ed.), 'Lasting Impressions', Canberra 1988, pp.42-90
Michael Twyman, 'Images en couleur, les debuts de la chromolithographie', Lyons 2007;