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La toile imprimée et les indiennes de traïte [PL. 149: Acteon]


3.28947
Paris : Gründ
Photomechanical print, some colored
Reproduction
26 cm W x 34 cm H (Item)
1 print
Print
1942
Photographic reproductions on cream paper of toile fabric designs from the 18th and 19th century, originally produced from copper engravings. Many examples of toile de Jouy and calico.

Description of image, place of manufacture and collection where the original example was held is bottom center of each plate. Plate number is the top vertical right corner of each plate.

Du deuxieme volume, table des planches. Sujets a dêcor floral (1-26) -- Fleurs et oiseax (27-38) -- Bandes florales (39-65) -- Scènes pastorales et villageoises (66-83) -- Monuments (84-96) -- Sujets religieux (97-100) -- Sujets antiques et mythologiques (101-125) Sujets historiques (126-147) -- Sujets de chasse (148-156) -- Scènes poétiques et dramatiques (157-172) -- Scènes chinoises (173-182) -- Jeux et sports (183-191) -- Époque Napoléonienne (192-206) -- Toiles de l'inde et voiles de gênes (207-236)
La toile imprimée et les indiennes de traïte/ Allemagne, Henry René d'. Paris, Gründ, 1942.
Clouzot, Henri, 1865-1941. (is related to)
Buquet, Alfred. (is related to)
Buquet, Narcisse-Alexandre. (is related to)
Buquet, Alexandre. (is related to)
D'Allemagne, Henry René
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