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TO PLEASE EVERY TASTE: EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY PRINTS FROM THE WINTERTHUR MUSEUM. E. McSherry Fowble. Frick Art Museum, Pittsburgh, 1991. Organized (in association with Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, Winterthur) and published by Art Services International, Alexandria. 216 pp. with 98 ills. (9 col.). 21 x 27 cm. LC 91-2960 ISBN 0883970988 In English.
Illustrating the significance of the print medium in American political and social life in the 1700s, this catalogue presents a selection of 83 engravings and etchings by American and British printmakers which ranges from topographical views and depictions of events of the Revolution to portraits, allegories, satirical images and popular genre scenes. Stylistic and thematic commentaries on the exhibited works are supplemented by an introductory discussion of the rise of the printmaking trade in England and the United States.
Indexing: Western, Europe — Great Britain, United States — 1600-1800 — Graphic Arts (Prints)
Plans: 02,04,22
Worldwide Number: 023210
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