Emblems of Mortality: representing, by numerous engravings, death seizing all ranks anad conditions of people. Imitated from a painting in the cemetery of the Dominican church at Basil [sic], Switzerland. WIth an apostrophe to each, translated from the Latin. To which is now added, for the first time, a particular description of each cut, or engraving. Third edition
John Warner Barber (American, Windsor, Connecticut 1798–1885 New Haven, Connecticut)
Alexander Anderson (American, New York 1775–1870 Jersey City, New Jersey)
After Hans Holbein the Younger (German, Augsburg 1497/98–1543 London)
Babcock & Co. (New Haven, Connecticut)
Illustrations: wood engraving
6 7/16 x 4 3/16 x 9/16in. (16.3 x 10.6 x 1.5cm)
Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1917
Not on view
Signature: Frontispiece, lower left: "AA"; illustration p. 10: "A"
Pomeroy 2005.85 (c)
William James Linton History of Wood Engraving. 1882, p. 5.
Jane R. Pomeroy Alexander Anderson (1775-1870): Wood Engraver and Illustrator, An Annotated Bibliography. American Antiquarian Society, New-York Historical Society, 2005, cat. no. 85 (c), pp. 105-6.
Artist: Written and published by John Warner Barber (American, Windsor, Connecticut 1798–1885 New Haven, Connecticut) , New HavenDate: 1829Medium: Illustrations: engravingAccession: 24.90.1881On view in:Not on view