The Resource Théâtre de Pierre Corneille, illustré par Gravelot : suite unique en épreuves d'artistes à toutes marges, eaux-fortes, et avec la lettre

Théâtre de Pierre Corneille, illustré par Gravelot : suite unique en épreuves d'artistes à toutes marges, eaux-fortes, et avec la lettre

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Théâtre de Pierre Corneille, illustré par Gravelot : suite unique en épreuves d'artistes à toutes marges, eaux-fortes, et avec la lettre
Title
Théâtre de Pierre Corneille, illustré par Gravelot
Title remainder
suite unique en épreuves d'artistes à toutes marges, eaux-fortes, et avec la lettre
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
fre
Cataloging source
CMalG
Characteristic
graphic
Citation location within source
II, 281
Citation source
Brunet
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1699-1773
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Gravelot, Hubert François
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  • 1606-1684
  • 1721-1777
  • 1719-1782
  • 1724-1801
  • 1728-1807
  • 1730-1792
  • approximately 1735-1804?
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  • Corneille, Pierre
  • Baquoy, Jean Charles
  • Flipart, Jean Jacques
  • Le Mire, Noël
  • Lempereur, Louis Simon
  • Longueil, Joseph de
  • Prévost, Benoît Louis
  • Radigues, A
Runtime
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Corneille, Pierre
Technique
not applicable
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Théâtre de Pierre Corneille, illustré par Gravelot : suite unique en épreuves d'artistes à toutes marges, eaux-fortes, et avec la lettre
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Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Gravelot's 34 ill. are all represented by impressions avec la lettre, all but three additionally in 1 or 2 earlier states
  • Title is that on preliminary letterpress leaf, printed black & red, with imprint: Paris, M.DCC.LXIV (1764). This is the date of the frères Cramer's Geneva ed. of Le théâtre de Corneille, with commentaries by Voltaire. It was reissued in 1765 and 1773, with a Paris ed. in 1797. See Brunet
  • Gravelot's drawings engraved by Jean-Charles Baquoy, J.J. Flipart, Noel Le Mire, L. Lempereur, J. Longueil, B.L. Prévost, A. Radigues. Prints by Le Mire are signed within the image and dated 1762 or 63
Extent
1 online resource (67 prints
Note
  • Binding: 20th-century red goatskin, gilt tooled, edges gilt. Each print mounted and matted. Blank leaves bound in as place holders before the 3 prints present only avec la lettre (those for La toison d'or, Tite et Bérénice, Suréna).
  • Label of Henri Bonnasse, printed in gilt on brown goatskin. Etched bookplate with monogram AR.
  • Bound in at end is MS letter dated 31 Jan. 1935 from Seymour de Ricci to "Monsieur Carteret" (Léopold Carteret?). In it de Ricci assures Carteret that complete suites of Gravelot's ill. for Corneille's Théâtre are extremely rare in the form of etchings or avant la lettre.
Other physical details
etching, engraving, b&w)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Théâtre de Pierre Corneille, illustré par Gravelot : suite unique en épreuves d'artistes à toutes marges, eaux-fortes, et avec la lettre
Link
Publication
Note
  • Gravelot's 34 ill. are all represented by impressions avec la lettre, all but three additionally in 1 or 2 earlier states
  • Title is that on preliminary letterpress leaf, printed black & red, with imprint: Paris, M.DCC.LXIV (1764). This is the date of the frères Cramer's Geneva ed. of Le théâtre de Corneille, with commentaries by Voltaire. It was reissued in 1765 and 1773, with a Paris ed. in 1797. See Brunet
  • Gravelot's drawings engraved by Jean-Charles Baquoy, J.J. Flipart, Noel Le Mire, L. Lempereur, J. Longueil, B.L. Prévost, A. Radigues. Prints by Le Mire are signed within the image and dated 1762 or 63
Extent
1 online resource (67 prints
Note
  • Binding: 20th-century red goatskin, gilt tooled, edges gilt. Each print mounted and matted. Blank leaves bound in as place holders before the 3 prints present only avec la lettre (those for La toison d'or, Tite et Bérénice, Suréna).
  • Label of Henri Bonnasse, printed in gilt on brown goatskin. Etched bookplate with monogram AR.
  • Bound in at end is MS letter dated 31 Jan. 1935 from Seymour de Ricci to "Monsieur Carteret" (Léopold Carteret?). In it de Ricci assures Carteret that complete suites of Gravelot's ill. for Corneille's Théâtre are extremely rare in the form of etchings or avant la lettre.
Other physical details
etching, engraving, b&w)
Specific material designation
remote

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