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PASQUIN, Anthony (1761--1818)
A critical guide to the present exhibition at the Royal Academy, for 1797: containing admonitions to the artists on their misconception of theological subjects, and a complete developement of the Venetian art of colouring, as is now so much the rage of imitation. By John Williams, whose public appellation is Anthony Pasquin.
London: printed for H.D. Symonds, P. M'Queen, and T. Bellamy, 1797.
24 p. ; 20.8 cm. (8º)

The pen-name of 'Anthony Pasquin' was adopted in 1786 by the artist and writer, John Williams (1754--1818). A guide to the twenty-ninth Royal Academy exhibition. ESTC t72493.

Copy Notes Bound after A critical guide to the exhibition of the Royal Academy, for 1796 (q.v.).

Binding Later C19th half calf, marbled-paper boards, blind triple-rule borders, gilt-ruled and blind-dotted spine, direct-lettered 'Pamphlets. Fine Arts. 1796-7.', numbered '41' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 2969


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