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Catalogue Raisonné De Toutes Les Estampes Qui Forment L'Oeuvre De Lucas De Leyde. - Par Adam Bartsch, Garde De La Bibliothèque Imp. Et Roy. Et Membre De L'Academie I. Et R. Des Beaux-Arts De Vienne.

Adam von Bartsch

RA Collection: Book

Record number

07/2570

Author

Imprint

A Vienne,: Chez J.V. Degen Libraire. De l'Imprimerie d'Alberti., 1798.

Physical Description

xviii, 124, [10] p.; 188 mm. (Octavo.)

Contents

[T.p.] - Avant-Propos - Vie De Lucas De Leyde - Catalogue ... - Table Des Estampes Qui Composent L'Oeuvre De Lucas De Leyde [in chronologic order].

References

S.L. Stepanek, 'Lucas van Leyden', in Print Quarterly, 15:1 (1998 March), p.80-91; B. Cornelis and J.P. Filedt-Kok, 'The taste for Lucas van Leyden prints', in Simiolus, 26:1-2 (1998), p.18-86; 'The Print in the North: the age of Albrecht Dürer and Lucas van Leyden' = Met. Mus. A. Bull., 54 (1997 Spring), p.1-60; E.S. Jacobowitz and S.L. Stepanek, The prints of Lucas van Leyden and his contemporaries [exhibition catalogue] (1983); E.S. Jacobowitz and S.L. Stepanek, 'Lucas van Leyden', in Hans Baldung Grien, Hans Springinklee, Lucas van Leyden (= The illustrated Bartsch, ed. W. Strauss, vol. XII [7-3] (1981)), p.129-334.

Summary Note

Bartsch's catalogue is arranged under subject-headings, 'Sujets Du Vieux Testament' (nos. 1-33), 'Sujets Du Nouveau Testament' (34-75), 'Vierges, Saints, Saintes Et Autres Sujets Pieux' (76-122), 'Sujets Profanes' (123-172) and a 'Piece Douteuse'. This subject-catalogue is followed by a chronologic 'Table Des Estampes'.

Provenance

The verso of the front loose endpaper is inscribed in pencil 'S:A:H:', i.e. S.A. Hart, librarian of the Royal Academy 1864-81.

Binding Note

18th-century calf; rebacked in 20th century, brown morocco spine-labels lettered 'Bartsch Cat. Des Estampes De Lucas Leyde', spine lettered 'Vienne 1798'.

Name as Subject

Subject

Engravings (prints) - Engravers - Netherlands - History - 16th century
Catalogues - Austria - Vienna - 18th century

Contributors

J. V. Degen, bookseller
Imprimerie d'Alberti, printer