Anthony Molteno (fl. 1783 - 1836?)
RA Collection: People and Organisations
Printseller, bookseller, collector of drawings, in London. Partner of Colnaghi, 1789-1793; partner of Graves, 1830, 1836.
Born: fl. 1783 - 1836?
J. H. Green
A Catalogue And Description Of The Whole Of The Works Of The Celebrated Jacques Callot; Consisting Of 1450 Pieces, Including those attributed to him, and after him. To Which Is Added, A List Of The Best Pieces Of This Master, For The Use Of Those Who would make a Select Collection of his Works. With A Brief Sketch Of His Life. Translated from the Manuscript of a French Amateur, carefully compared with the Set in the Cabinet of the late King Of France; Callot's own Set, in the Possession of M. Silvestre, of Versailles; and many other Collections, in which are many Uniques, and curious Variations. - By J.H. Green. - - London:: 1804.
A Descriptive Catalogue Of The Prints Of Rembrandt. By An Amateur. - London:: 1836.
William Young Ottley
A Series Of Plates, Engraved After The Paintings And Sculptures Of The Most Eminent Masters Of The Early Florentine School; Intended To Illustrate The History Of The Restoration Of The Arts Of Design In Italy; And Dedicated To John Flaxman, Esq. R.A. Professor Of Sculpture To The Royal Academy, (In Token Of High Respect For His Genius,) By William Young Ottley, F.A.S. Author Of "An Inquiry Into The Origin And Early History Of Engraving;" "The Italian School Of Design," &c. - London:: 1826.