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Van Worrell's Tableau Of The Dutch And Flemish Painters Of The Old School. - Dedicated, By Permission, To His Majesty. -
London:: To be had of the following Booksellers; Hatchard And Son, Piccadilly; J.G. And F. Rivington, Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, And St. Paul's Church Yard; W. Sams, 1, St. James's Street; J. Rodwell, 46, New Bond Street; R. Havell, 77, Oxford Street; And J. P. Bailliere, 219, Regent Street, And Rue De L'Ecole De Medicine, 13, At Paris. Also of the following Picture Dealers; J. Silvester, 1, Great Queen Street; E. Piercey, 17, Tichborne Street; W. Neate, 20, Sweeting's Alley; And A. Noseda, 33, Coventry Street, Haymarket., 1832.
Van Worrell's name is given more fully at the end of the dedication ('A.B. Van Worrell') and the Preface ('A.B. Van Worrell, Animal And Landscape Painter. 62, Warren Street, Fitzroy Square'). In the Preface he describes himself as a Dutchman and an artist.
The printer is named on the title page verso and in the colophon: 'J.S. Hodson, Printer, Cross Street, Hatton Garden.'
The text consists of tabulated information on painters, in alphabetic order of surname, in eight columns:  'Names';  'Known also by the Name of';  Born. Place.';  'Born. Year.';  'Died. Place.';  'Died. Year.';  'Study';  'Remarks'.
The front loose endpaper is inscribed in ink, 'Bequest of Sr A.W. Callcott.'
19th-century quarter blue cloth, blue watered cloth; unlettered.
Painters - Artists - Painting - Netherlands - Belgium - History
Biography - Art history - Reference books - Great Britain - 19th century