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HASSELL, John (d. 1825)
Graphic delineation. A practical treatise on the art of etching, or manner of copying pictures and drawings by a method at once scientific, tasteful, and amusing: to which are added instructions, detailing minutely the whole process of representation, from an outline to a finished print, with directions for making and compounding every article used in the process. Illustrated with plates in progress, of landscape, cattle, and figures, from original works of Claude Lorraine, Rembrandt, Berghem, Ostade, Paul Potter, &c. &c. By J. Hassell.
London: printed for W. Simpkin and R. Marshall. And sold by J. F. Setchell: also by M. Hassell, the widow, 1826
23, [1] p. ; [9] etched pl. ; 26.9 cm. (4º)

Copy Notes Bought from Bunyon (Soane's manservant) for 10s. 6d., 20 June 1826. (Office Account Book, 1824--28. 6/23/3).

Binding C19th half calf, marbled-paper boards, gilt double-rule spine, maroon spine-label. Bound by Edwin Hutchinson for 3s. 9d., 5 December 1829. (Archive 7/10/17).

Reference Number 2430


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