Catalog Record: Premier[-Second] livre de vases | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Premier[-Second] livre de vases / inventes par Edme Bouchardon, sculpteur du roy.

Main Author: Bouchardon, Edme, 1698-1762,
Related Names: Huquier, Gabriel 1695-1772.
Language(s): French
Published: A Paris : Chez Huquier rue St. Jacques pres les Mathurins, [ca. 1742-1750]
Subjects: Decoration and ornament > France.
Vases > France.
Pattern books > France > 18th century.
Etchings > France > 18th century.
Prints > France > 18th century.
Note: Each suite contains 12 prints including the title sheet. The first is numbered A1-12 at upper left and right, the second B1-12. They are signed in the plate by Bouchardon as designer and Huquier as engraver ("Bouchardon in.", "Huquier sculp"), with statement of royal privilege.
The title leaf of the Second livre in Getty copy 1 and copy 2 has the address "vis a vis le Grand Chatelet." This is the address of Huquier's original publication, dated to 1737 by its announcement in Le Mercure de France for May of that year. Huquier used the address "rue St. Jacques" between 1742 and ca. 1750. See BN.
Physical Description: 24 prints in 2 suites : etching, b&w, plate mark 19.8 x 14 cm, on sheet 33 x 23.2 cm
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