9 edition of The etchings of Charles Meryon found in the catalog.
The unmounted plates are photogravures, and are accompanied by guard sheets with descriptive letterpress.
|Statement||by Campbell Dodgson ... ed. by Geoffrey Holme.|
|Contributions||Dodgson, Campbell, 1867-1948., Holme, C. Geoffrey 1887-1954, ed.|
|LC Classifications||NF2115.M6 D6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 28 p.|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||22002230|
Publisher: "The Studio" LTD., London. Art Haz was established in to represent fine art collections. We have 16thth century paintings and works on paper that vary from high-end to . Charles Meryon’s etching from the cancelled plate, “Le Petit Pont, Paris” Charles Meryon (–68) “Le Petit Pont, Paris” (cancelled plate), , from the series of 22 plates, “Eaux-fortes sur Paris”, printed by Vernant and published in “Byblis” ().
Charles Meryon, famous among the masters of etching, was born in Paris on the twenty-third of November, , the son of Charles Lewis Meryon, an English physician, and Pierre-Narcisse Chaspoux, a dancer at tho opera, who is believed to have been of Spanish origin. The father soon afterward returned to England, but in formally. Charles Méryon ( –) was a French artist and poet who worked almost entirely in etching, as he suffered from colour blindness. Although now little-known in the English-speaking world, he is generally recognised as the most significant etcher of 19th century France.
For the title page of his series Etchings of Paris, Meryon chose to place his Gothic-inspired text on a limestone tablet. The stone containing fossil imprints stands as a symbol of the foundations of Paris. Between , Meryon completed his first suite of etchings. This group of works dedicated to Paris was meant to include twelve large views of the city and ten small prints of verses and. We are including with the book an original Heliogravure etching of L'Abside de Notre Dame one of Meryon's best known etchings. The heliogravure was made by French artist and printer Charles Amand Durand and appeared in an edition of the Portfolio art journal.
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by Stokes, Hugh and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Charles Méryon, French printmaker whose etchings romantically depicted the life and mood of midth-century Paris.
Included among Méryon’s earliest works were drawings of the New Zealand coast that he executed while he was in the French navy.
He subsequently employed these studies for etchings. The Etchings of Charles Meryon. London: The Studio, Notable for his skill in rendering architectural detail and moody Parisian scenes, "The Etchings of Charles Meryon" offers a diverse selection of the artist's work.
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CHARLES MERYON BY HUGH STOKES i OR two hundred years etching remained the Cinderella of the arts. Rembrandt laid aside his needle in 1 66 1, and from that date, until the commencement of the publication of Meryon's Eaux-fortes sur Paris in 1 85 1, hardly an original etching of any import- ance was issued to the world.
Charles Meryon. Etchings of Paris: Le Petit Pont, La Tour de l'Horloge, La Pompe Notre Dame. Series: Eaux-fortes Sur Paris, 's. Charles Meryon. Click on the images for larger screens.
La Galerie Notre-Dame. Etching with engraving. Schneiderman iv/vi. 11 1/8 x. This iconic image by Meryon is one of his finest prints.
This impression is from the celebrated collection of Henri M. Petiet, Paris, and bears his stamp on the verso, lower left. $8, La Galerie, Notre Dame Etching,Schneiderman 29 (vi/VI), one of thirty impressions printed in.
Etchings of Charles Meryon [s] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Etchings of Charles Meryon. The etchings of Charles Meryon by Charles Méryon,The Studio, Ltd. edition, in EnglishAuthor: Charles. Meryon, Campbell Dodgson, Geoffrey Holme.
the etchings of charles meryon the etchings of charles meryon by campbell dodgson, m.a., c.b.e. keeper of the prints and drawings at the british museum,a yf \ edited by geoffrey holme published by " the studio," ltd., london mcmxxi printed by herbert reiach, ltd., 9 king street, covent garden, london.
Charles Meryon (French, ) Charles Meryon born in Paris and attended school at the Pension Savery in Passy. In he entered the Naval School at early naval career took him around the world giving him a lot of opportunity to sketch.
Having received a small inheritance, Meryon decided to become and artist. Meryon’s images of the Pacific fall into three groups – the drawings he made during the voyage of the Rhin; his recollections of the Pacific incorporated in a group of curious ‘hybrid’ etchings, some with predominantly Parisian content; and finally the prints illustrating subjects from Oceania.
Banks Peninsula has its place in all three. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Méryon, Charles, Etchings of Charles Meryon.
London, "The Studio", ltd., (OCoLC) Book plate of Peter Foster, Surveyor of Westminster Abbey from toon verso of ffep. A few small marks on verso of ffep, no other ownership marks.
xmm pages with index. Illustrated black and white with fold-out. Clean and tight. etched work of Charles Meryon stands as a unique and original force in the history of printmaking.
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Méryon, Charles, Etchings of Charles Meryon. London, "The Studio", (DLC) (OCoLC) Charles Meryon was known well by the amateur etcher and great patron of the arts, the famous Dr.
Gachet. Francis Seymour Haden visited him to admire his work and to purchase a set of his Paris etchings, but the disturbed Meryon followed Haden through the streets, seizing back his etchings and accusing Haden of usurping the work of other artists. Campbell Dodgson is the author of The Etchings of Charles Meryon ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Durer ( avg rating, 1 rating /5.
Charles Meryon Architectural Etchings. The Old Gate of the Palace of Justice, Paris, frontispiece for Etchings of ParisCharles Meryon (French, –), etching and drypoint in dark brown ink on laid paper, first of two states.
Promised gift of Frank Raysor. Meryon added a verse of his own creation to this later state of the print, describing the figure as an "insatiable vampire, eternal lust" who "covets its food in the great city." The artist continued to revise the plate over the course of a decade, producing a total of ten states of the etching .Charles Méryon (23 November – 13 February ) was a French artist who worked almost entirely in etching, as he suffered from colour blindness.
Although now little-known in the English-speaking world, he is generally recognised as the most significant etcher of 19th century France. He also suffered from mental illness, dying in an place: Paris, France.Charles Meryon was celebrated among artists and collectors alike during the nineteenth century for his etched depictions of Paris.
These works combined a documentary eye on the French capital—which was then undergoing dramatic transformation from a medieval to distinctly modern city—with fantastic details that varied from the whimsical to the morbid.