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001 $ 07/2688
003 $ UK-LoRAA
041 0 # $a eng
044 # # $a uk
100 1 # $a Fielding
245 1 4 $a The Art Of Engraving, With The Various Modes Of Operation, Under The Following Different Divisions: Etching. Soft-Ground Etching. Line Engraving. Chalk And Stipple. Aquatint. Mezzotint. Lithography. Wood Engraving. Medallic Engraving. Electrography. And Photography. Illustrated with Specimens of the different Styles of Engraving. By T.H. Fielding, Author Of "A Synopsis Of Perspective;" "The Practice Of Painting In Oil And Water Colours;" "Theory Of Painting," &c. &c. And Teacher of Painting in Water Colours to the Senior Classes at the Hon. East India Company's Military College, Addiscombe. -
260 # # $a London: $b Published By Ackermann & Co., 96, Strand. $c 1841.
300 # # $a vii, [1], 109, [3], 14 p., 10 pl. (incl. frontis.): $b illus.; $c 246 mm. (Octavo.)
500 # # $a Plates V and VI are bound in in reverse order. Plate 8 carries no plate-number.
505 0 # $a [Frontis. (= pl. I), t.p.] - Preface - Contents - [Note] - [Text, and plates]; [colophon] - [Publisher's advertisements].
508 # # $a Plates I, II, III, V, VI, VII, are unsigned. Plate IV is signed as drawn by S. Prout F.S.A. and engraved by J. Carter (and carries the publishers' imprint of Ackermann & Co. London). Plate [8] is signed as painted by Sir Thos. Lawrence PRA and engraved by J. Thomson (and carries the publishers' imprint of Ackermann & Co. London). Plate 9 is signed as printed by C. Hullmandel and each of its two prints is signed as drawn by W. Walton. Plate 10 is signed 'Day & Haghe Lithrs. to the Queen'.

The text printer is named on the verso of the title page and in the colophon: 'London: Charles Wood, Printer, Poppin's Court, Fleet Street.'
520 2 # $a All plates except the first are captioned. They show: I. [Engravers' tools]; II. 'Etching'; III. 'Soft-ground Etching'; IV. 'Line'; V. 'Aquatint Grounds'; VI. 'Aquatinta'; VII. 'Mezzotint' [in two states]; [8] 'Stipple, or Chalk'; 9. 'Lithography (Two Printings)'; 10. 'A Drawing On Zinc'.

In-text illustrations show wood-engravers' tools and two examples of wood-engraving, and equipment used in electrography.

The text is followed by publishers' advertisements: [1] 'A List Of Requisites For Engravers'; [2] 'Works By T.H. Fielding, Esq.'; [3] 'Modern Engravings arranged according to the Engravers; [4] 'Ackermann & Co. Repository Of Arts, 96, Strand, London, By Special Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen ... List of the most essential Requisites for Artists and Amateurs' (n.d.; fourteen pages).
533 # # $n In 1990 were published versions in microfiche (Cambridge: Chadwyck-Healey) and microfilm (London: British Library).
561 # # $a The front free-endpaper is inscribed in pencil, 'Frank Short'. Presented by Dorothea Short in 1963 from the library of her father, Sir Frank Short RA.
563 # # $a 19th-century brown cloth, upper and lower covers decorated in blind, upper cover lettered 'The Art Of Engraving'; spine lettered 'The Art Of Engraving'.
653 # # $a Engraving - Etching - Techniques - Europe - History
655 # 0 $a Manuals - Instructional materials - Publishers' advertisements - Great Britain - 19th century
655 # 0 $a Pictorial works - Great Britain - 19th century
700 1 # $a Prout $e draughtsman
700 1 # $a Carter $e engraver
700 1 # $a Lawrence $e source artist
700 1 # $a Thomson, James $e engraver
700 1 # $a Walton $e draughtsman
700 1 # $a Hullmandel $e lithographic printer
700 1 # $a Wood, charles $e printer
700 1 # $a Short, Frank $e previous owner
700 1 # $a Short, Dorothea $e previous owner $e donor
710 2 # $a Ackermann $e publisher
710 2 # $a Day and Haghe $e lithographic printer