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Published by Lippincott, Cassell in Philadelphia, London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Engravers -- England.,
  • Engraving -- History -- England.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Malcolm C. Salaman. With forty-eight illustrations.
The Physical Object
Pagination224 p. :
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19715169M

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Thomas Cockson, or Coxon (bap. – fl. or – ), was one of the earliest English left a large number of portraits engraved entirely with the graver in a neatly and finished manner. His first and most recognizable work is one for John Harington's version of Ariosto's Orlando Furioso and his latest, one depicting musketeers and pike men, which depicts on either Known for: John Harrington's translation of . Malcolm C. Salaman has written: 'The old engravers of England' -- subject(s): Engraving, English Engravers 'Shakespeare in pictorial art' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Illustrations, Pictorial. - Engravers--England--London Notes - Date of publication must have been after the death of "the late Lord [Frederic] Leighton" (Jan. 25, ) and before the death of Edward Burne-Jones (J ), both quoted on back cover. The Old Engravers of England: In their Relation to Contemporary Life and Art (). by Salaman, M.c. at Pemberley Books.