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Forty reproductions in photogravure of the artist"s principal works

Jan Steen

Forty reproductions in photogravure of the artist"s principal works

by Jan Steen

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Published by Lane in London .
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Statementwith a critical study by F.S. Degener ; and notes on the illustrations by H.E. van Gelder.
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Work location: Amsterdam (, ) Berlin () Paris () Rotterdam (, ) Notable work: Jan Steen, forty reproductions in photogravure of the artist's principal works; Media in category "Frederik Schmidt Degener" This category contains only the following file. Play y of citizenship: Kingdom of the Netherlands. The Arts Law Centre of Australia (Arts Law) recommends seeking advice from a qualified lawyer on the legal issues affecting you before acting on any legal matter. While Arts Law tries to ensure that the content of this information sheet is accurate, adequate or complete, it does not represent or warrant its accuracy, adequacy or completeness.

Start studying Chapter Art. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Browse. The creation of a photographic body of work around an event, place, or culture is known as. A designer's blueprint for books and magazines and other works in print is called. These were eventually exhibited by Thomas' son, James Craig Annan, and reproduced in photogravure in Alfred Stieglitz's journal Camera works include: Bond and free: five sketches illustrative of slavery. by J Noel Paton, photographed by Thomas Annan () Portrait of David Livingstone () Photographs of Glasgow College () The.

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