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The last book written by Courtney Lewis. Obviously talks about Baxter but starts earlier in the century with Savage and others. Goes on to talk about Baxter’ apprentices and licensees but also other colour printers, Knight, Vizetelly, Leighton, Evans, Fawcett, Chromolithography, Hullmandel, Engelmann, Shotter, Vincent Brooks ++ and includes a biography and listing of prints by Le Blond and also Bradshaw and Blacklock. A must for anyone with a wider interest in colour printing in the 19th century.


Date: 1928


Size (cm ht x w): 25.4 x 19 x 6.5 (depth) – 405 pages


Condition: Ex library with neat marks to spine, inner leaves and odd pages throughout. Covers rubbed but internally very strong and clean. A very good solid copy

The Story of Picture Printing in England – 1928

SKU: 1641

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