John Sewell

Born: 1734?
Died: 1802
Biography
Publisher and bookseller, Cornhill, London; publisher (and proprietor?) of the European Magazine
 
Works of Art: 6
Books: 5
Archives: 0
Works associated with

Dr Johnson's Monument in St...   
Dr Johnson's Monument in St...
1 April 1796
John Bacon
  

Self-portrait bust of Thomas Banks...   
Self-portrait bust of Thomas Banks...
John Condé
  

Portrait of Richard Wilson RA   
Portrait of Richard Wilson RA
1790
Anton Raphael Mengs
  

Self-portrait   
Self-portrait
James Northcote
  

Self-portrait   
Self-portrait
John Opie
  

Portrait of John Bacon RA   
Portrait of John Bacon RA
Unidentified artist
  
 

Il Mercurio Italico: O Sia Ragguaglio Generale intorno alla Letteratura, Belle Arti, Utili Scoperte, ec. di tutta l'Italia. The Italian Mercury: Or, A General Account concerning the Literature, Fine Arts, Useful Discoveries, &c. of all Italy.   - Londra: [1789-1790]   
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Barbut, James   The Genera Vermium Exemplified By Various Specimens Of The Animals Contained In The Orders of the Intestina et Mollusca Linnæi. Drawn From Nature By James Barbut ... - London: [1783]   
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Barbut, James   Les Genres Des Insectes De Linné; Constatés Par Divers Échantillons D'Insectes D'Angleterre, Copiés D'Après Nature. Par J. Barbut. [Epigraph] - À Londres [1781]   
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Kirby, Joshua   Dr. Brook Taylor's Method Of Perspective Made Easy; Both in Theory and Practice: In Two Books. Being An Attempt to make the Art of Perspective easy and familiar; To adapt it entirely to the Arts of Design; And To make it an Entertaining Study to any Gentleman who shall chuse so polite an Amusement. By Joshua Kirby, Designer In Perspective To Their Majesties. And Fellow of the Royal and Antiquarian Societies. Illustrated With Many Copper-Plates, Correctly Engraved under the Author's Inspection. The Third Edition, with several Additions and Improvements. ... Book I. - London: [1768]   
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Vitruvius   The Architecture Of M. Vitruvius Pollio: Translated From The Original Latin, By William Newton, Architect. Volume The First. (Second.) - London: [1791]   
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