3 edition of Auguste Lepère & the artistic revival of the woodcut in France 1875-1895 found in the catalog.
Auguste Lepère & the artistic revival of the woodcut in France 1875-1895
Jacqueline Rae Baas
|Statement||by Jacqueline Baas.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 356 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||356|
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A key participant in this development was the painter, draftsman, and woodcut artist Auguste Lepere (). Both a reproductive wood engraver and an original artist, Lepere published his first signed wood engraving in and gradually evolved into an important figure in the woodcut revival, which emerged about Author: Jacquelynn Rae Baas.
Her dissertation topic, Auguste Lepère and the Artistic Revival of the Woodcut in France,was the subject of a exhibition and catalogue co-authored with Richard S.
Field. Museum affiliations. Auguste Lepère: peintre et graveur, décorateur de livres by Charles Saunier (Book) L'œuvre gravé de Auguste Lepère.
Catalogue descriptif et analytique orné de cinq planches originales et de quinze reproductions hors texte by A Lotz-Brissonneau (Book). The Library of Professor Eric G. Carlson Part I: Art of France from the French Revolution to the End of the Third Republic, General Reference Works and Monographs on Artists, with a special emphasis on prints and printmaking The art historian and art dealer Eric G.
Carlson () was a noted specialist in French andFile Size: 2MB. Full text of "Encyclopedia Britannica Eleventh Edition Vol XXVI" See other formats. Jacquelynn Baas was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan where she attended Grand Rapids Christian High School. As an undergraduate at Michigan State University she studied with Elizabeth Gilmore Holt, receiving her B.A.
with a major in Art History in.