Record number 07/177
TitleA Descriptive Catalogue Of The Prints Of Rembrandt. By An Amateur.
ImprintLondon:: J.F. Setchel, King Street, And H.G. Bohn, York Street, Covent Garden; Colnaghi & Co., Pall Mall east; Hodson & Graves, And Molteno, Pall Mall; Tiffin, 434, West Strand; White, Brownlow Street, Holborn; And Messrs. Woodburn, Saint Martin's Lane. -, 1836.
Physical Description[2], vi, [2], [7]-266, [2] p.; 228 mm. (Octavo.)
Content Format Note[T.p.] - Advertisement - Preface - Contents - [Text] - Errata And Addenda.
Summary NoteThe cataloguer is not named on the title page, but the Advertisement is signed 'T.W.' The National Art Library catalogue identifies this as Thomas Wilson, solicitor, agent to Lord Portman.
SubjectEngravings (prints) - Netherlands - History - 17th century
Catalogues raisonnés - Great Britain - 19th century
Name as Subject Rembrandt, 1606 - 1669
ReferencesG. Schwartz, Rembrandt: all the etchings reproduced in true size (1977); L. Münz, A critical catalogue of Rembrandt's etchings (2 v., 1952).
Copy NoteOn the front paste-down is pasted the printed ticket of the bookseller, 'W.J. White, Printseller, &c. Brownlow Street, Holborn.'
Binding Note19th-century green cloth; white paper spine-label lettered 'A Descriptive Catalogue Of The Prints Of Rembrandt By An Amateur Price 20s.'
ProvenanceThe title page is inscribed in ink, 'Given by Henry Howard Esq RA'. The front paste-down is inscribed in pencil, 'H Howard - Royal Academy'.
Contributors Setchel, J. F., fl. 1822 - 1847?, publisher, bookseller
Bohn, Henry George, 1796 - 1884, publisher, bookseller
Molteno, Anthony, fl. 1783 - 1836?, publisher, bookseller
Tiffin, Walter Benjamin, fl. ca. 1836 - 1846?, publisher, bookseller
White, William Johnstone, fl. 1814 - 1844, publisher, bookseller
Woodburn, Samuel, 1783 - 1853, publisher, bookseller
Howard, Henry, R.A., 1769 - 1847, previous owner, donor
Wilson, Thomas, fl. ca. 1836?, author?
Amateur, author
Colnaghi and Company. publisher. bookseller
Hodson and Graves and Molteno. publisher. bookseller
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