Lot 269 of 360:
Six volumes in art history  

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$200 - $300

Shelf lot of six volumes on art and art history


Various places


Various dates


Highlights include French Line Engravings of the Late XVIII Century and a two volume catalogue of the works of Auguste Brouet.


  • Auguste Brouet: Catalogue de son Oeuvre Précédé d'une Étude de Gustave Geffroy. Two volumes. Chez Gaston Boutitie, Paris, 1923. (frontispiece loose).
  • French Line Engravings of the Late XVIII Century by H.W. Lawrence &  B.L. Dighton. 1910.
  • Dictionnaire des Miniaturistes du Moyen Age et de la Renaissance dans les Différentes Contrées de l'Europe by Paolo d"Ancona and Erhard Aeschlimann. Ulrico Hoepli, Milan, 1949.
  • Floreros y Bodegones en la Pintura Española by Julio Cavestany. Palacio de la Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid, 1936-40.
  • Etchings and Dry Points from 1902 to 1924 by James McBey. Catalogue by Martin Hardie. P. & D. Colnaghi & Co., London, 1925. (lacks frontispiece etching)

Lot Amendments

French Line Engravings good only, with front hinge detached and several loose leaves, other titles very good or better; one loose plate in the Brouet catalogue.

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