“Art Year Book” by the New England Manufacturers’ and Mechanics’ Institute, Boston, MA, 1884, #75, not illustrated
ECA Record Control Number: 15494
Record Level: Listing
Record Type: Book
Library of Congress Call Number: ca 09006172
ISBN: 1399853961 ; 9781399853965
Key Title: Art Year book
Sub Title: American Art Yearbook
Author: New England institute
Publisher: New England Institute (New England Manufacturers’ and Mechanics’ Institute)
Publish Location: Boston, MA
Date of Publication: 1884
Description: hardcover; col. ill. 32 cm.
4 Artotypes, 1 Phototype, 1 Heliotype, 1 Albertype, 4 Ives Half-tones, 11 Photoengravings. Most from art, 3 Ives Half-tones from photographs. This issue and yearly exhibition devoted to graphic artists and the graphic arts: etching, wood engraving, chromolithography, and photomechanical processes. Chromo by Gibson, printed by Prang. An interesting compendium of available photomechanical methods by America’s primary printers. The Crosscup and West half-tones are some of Ives earliest examples and in this book are on glazed (calendered) paper.”–Hanson Collection catalog, p. 77.
Table of Contents:
no table of contents. List of chapters
[not numbered] Preface
[not numbered] Officers of the institute
[not numbered] History and policy of The New England [not numbered] Manufacturers’ and Mechanics’ Institute: Incorporated April 11th, 1879
[not numbered] Notes: Descriptive and Biographic
[not numbered] Eleven Examples of various graphic processes, etching, by Will H. Low ; wood-engraving, by Elbridge Kingsley ; lithography, by L. Prang & Co., from a painting by W. Hamilton Gibson ; steel-engraving, by John A. Lowell & Co., from a drawing by George W. Edwards ; albertype, from a painting by Frank Fowler ; heliotype, from a painting by Edward Moran ; phototype, from a painting by Walter L. Palmer. Artotype is represented by four color prints on preceding pages, from drawings by Leon Moran, William Bliss Baker, Jarry Chase, and Julia Dillon.
[not numbered] Applied Art: Examples of interior decoration, iron-work, brass-wor, jewelry, silver-ware, needle-work, architecture, furniture, and ceramics.
[not numbered] Catalogue of Exhibits
[not numbered] Mexican modern and retrospective art
Library of Congress Subjects:
Art — Exhibitions.
Art, American — Periodicals.
Number of copies: 0
…”CARLSEN, EMIL. / Europe.
75. / Under the Hay cock fast asleep.
F. T. Robinson, owner.”…
WORKS BY EMIL CARLSEN
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