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Book - Masterpieces of industrial art & sculpture at the International Exhibition, 1862. / Selected and described by J.B. Waring, architect. Chromo-lithographed by and under the direction of W.R. Tymms, A. Warren, and G. MacCulloch, from photographs supplied by the London Photographic and Stereoscopic Company, taken exclusively for this work by Stephen Thompson. In three volumes

Masterpieces of industrial art & sculpture at the International Exhibition, 1862. / Selected and described by J.B. Waring, architect. Chromo-lithographed by and under the direction of W.R. Tymms, A. Warren, and G. MacCulloch, from photographs supplied by the London Photographic and Stereoscopic Company, taken exclusively for this work by Stephen Thompson. In three volumes

  • Object:

    Book

  • Place of origin:

    London (published)

  • Date:

    MDCCCLXIII [1863] (published)

  • Artist/Maker:


  • Museum number:

    38041800915266

  • Gallery location:

    National Art Library

Physical description

3 v. ([8], 14, [200] p., [1], 100 leaves of plates; [204] p., [1], 101-200 leaves of plates; [206] p., [1], 201-300, 300A leaves of plates) : col. ill. ; 44 cm.

Place of Origin

London (published)

Date

MDCCCLXIII [1863] (published)

Artist/maker


Descriptive line

Book, 'Masterpieces of industrial art & sculpture at the international Exhibition, 1862', Vol 1, 1862

Added lithographic title pages (counted as plates).
Errors in numbering: plates 7, 35, 128, 140, 154, 173, 183 and 257 misnumbered 1, 248, 154, 52, 128, 172, 49 and 275 respectively.
Copy [A] bequeathed by the Rev. Chauncy Hare Townshend.

Categories

National Art Library

Collection

National Art Library

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