Cover of: An essay on the invention of engraving and printing in chiaro oscuro, as practised by Albert Durer, Hugo di Carpi, &c. and the application of it to the making paper hangings of taste, duration, and elegance. by John Baptist Jackson

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An essay on the invention of engraving and printing in chiaro oscuro, as practised by Albert Durer, Hugo di Carpi, &c. and the application of it to the making paper hangings of taste, duration, and elegance.

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An essay on the invention of engraving and printing in chiaro oscuro, as practised by Albert Durer, Hugo di Carpi, &c. and the application of it to the making paper hangings of taste, duration, and elegance.

This edition was published in by A. Millar in London.


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NE835 .J3

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19 p.
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