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Picturesque Tour of the Seine, from Paris to the Sea: with Particulars Historical and Descriptive

Author:
Jean-Baptiste-Balthazard Sauvan (French, active 1821)
Draftsman:
Auguste Charles Pugin (British (born France), Paris 1768/69–1832 London)
Draftsman:
John Gendall (British, baptized Exeter 1791–1865 Exeter)
Engraver:
Thomas Sutherland (British, 1785–1838)
Engraver:
Daniel Havell (British, born Reading, died London 1825/26 (?))
Engraver:
Map by William Henry Bartlett (British, London 1809–1854 at sea)
Dedicatee:
Louis XVIII, King of France (French, Versailles 1755–1824 Paris)
Publisher:
Rudolph Ackermann (London)
Printer:
L. Harrison (London)
Date:
1821
Medium:
Illustrations: hand-colored aquatint
Dimensions:
13 9/16 x 11 5/16 x 1 7/16 in. (34.4 x 28.7 x 3.7 cm)
Classification:
Books
Credit Line:
Rogers Fund, 1922
Accession Number:
22.66.1
Not on view
Vendor: Bernard Quaritch, Ltd. (London)
Martin Hardie English Coloured Books. New York and London, 1906, p. 108.

Ronald Vere Tooley English Books with Coloured Plates, 1790 to1860: A Bibliographical Account of the Most Important Books illustrated by English Artists in Colour Aquatint and Colour Lithography. B. T. Batsford, Ltd., Reprint of 1954 ed. London, 1987, p. 243.



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