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Architectonographie des Théatres ou Parallèle Historique et Critique de ses Édifices. . . per Jacques-August Kaufmann, Architecte. Second Sèrie. Théatres construits depuis 1820. Details et Machines Théatrales. A Paris, Chez L. Mathias, Quai Malaquais, No. 15. 1840

Print
1840 (published)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

One of 37 engraved plates depicting theatre designs by Jacques August Kaufmann.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Engraving on paper
Brief Description
Print by E. Ollivier after Jacques August Kaufmann, plate from 'Architectonographie des Théatres ou Parallèle Historique et Critique de ses Édifices. . . per Jacques-August Kaufmann, Architecte. Second Sèrie. Théatres construits depuis 1820. Details et Machines Théatrales. A Paris, Chez L. Mathias, Quai Malaquais, No. 15. 1840,' engraving, Paris, 1840
Physical Description
One of 37 engraved plates depicting theatre designs by Jacques August Kaufmann.
Dimensions
  • Volume height: 14.625in
  • Volume width: 10.5in
Object history
These plates from 'Architectonographie des Théatres ou Parallèle Historique et Critique de ses Édifices. . . per Jacques-August Kaufmann, Architecte. Second Sèrie. Théatres construits depuis 1820. Details et Machines Théatrales. A Paris, Chez L. Mathias, Quai Malaquais, No. 15. 1840' are bound together with ‘Plan Topographique de Paris,’ and ‘Architectonographie des Théatres par Donnet, Orgiazzi et Kaufmann.’
Bibliographic Reference
Dimensions taken from Victoria & Albert Museum Department of Prints and Drawings and Department of Paintings, Accessions 1928. London: HMSO, 1929
Collection
Accession Number
E.3580-1928

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