Famous Mezzotint Artists
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As early as 1510, Caterina de Medici The artists who were working during these thirty years were numerous, the output of prints was very great, and the period witnessed the production of the finest mezzotints that have ever been engraved. Among his portraits are a large plate of Lord Romney after Reynolds,.a work of sterling quality, yet not very attractive ; Tenducci, the famous singer, a plate that underwent several alterations and retouchings ; two or three spirited plates of theatrical scenes, in which Garrick, Foote, Signed artist's proof on Dutch paper. In one—half inch ebony frame. JACQUEMART, J ULES 122. CLOISONNE VASE. Etching. Proof on thin Japanese paper. 123. RELIQUAIRE OF THE XV. CENTURY. 1865. Etching. Proof on aqua—fortiste paper. With Delatre's certification. JAMES, CLIFFORD R. 124. THE MONTGOMERY SISTERS. Mezzotint. After Sir Joshua Reynolds, printed in colors. Signed artist's proof. JAMES, GEORGE P. 125. COUNTESS SPENCER AND CHILD. Mezzotint.A native of Kansas, McPherson came to New York City in.f975: shortly thereafter, he taught himself the exacting mezzotint technique by creating reproductive plates of flowers. His trilogy of grand night cityscapes includes his most famous mezzotint, Yankee Stadium at Night (1983), featuring the atmospheric glow of the stadium's lights; Girders (1986), a panoramic vista from the artist's former Washington Heights studio: and this print, of FDR Drive. The East River Drive, which runs Fine. Old. Engraved. Portraits,. Original. Drawings,. Landscapes. in. Mezzotint. by. DAVID. LUCAS. after. CONSTABLE,. and. Choice. Etchings. by. Modern. Artists. OFFERED. AT. PRICES. MUCH. REDUCED. BY Ornamental horder. Line engraving by Hotibraken after Holbein. Brilliant Impression. Large Paper. 13£.by 8|. 9s. 10 Chambers (Sir Wm.), 17261796. Famous Architect. Threequarter length, seated. Mezzotint by /. Shury after Sir /. Reynolds. 5 by 4. on large mount. 5s.YO U N G, jo h n British, 18th — 19th century, male. Born 1755; died 7 March 1825, in London. Draughtsman, engraver (mezzotint/ burin), reproductions engraver. Genre scenes, figures, portraits. john Young was curator of the collections at the British Institution and was active in the creation of the Artists' Benevolent Fund. He did mezzotint and steel engravings of genre subjects, and produced reproductions of famous British collections. Auction Records London, 13 Nov 1997: Young As well as being planted to make particular places more sacred, representations of the.trees were used by artists to characterize historical religious paintings, and representations of the tree were used to illustrate sacred books. Loudon noted how the 'great artist' Martin had 'introduced the flat head of the aged cedar into his imaginary view of the Garden of Eden' and had also used them in another famous mezzotint, 'The Fall of Babylon' (1831), where he shows them growing in the In the future, everybody will be worldfamous for. MEZZOTInT And AqUATInT Engraving, drypoint, and etching are essentially linear media. With these techniques, designs or images are created by cutting lines into a plate. The illusion of tonal gradations is achieved by altering the number and concentration of lines. Sometime.in the midseventeenth century, the Dutchman Ludwig von Siegen developed a technique whereby broad tonal areas could be achieved by nonlinear engraving His work developed from a tightly handled manner in the tradition of the Hudson River School to a much looser style showing the influence of Impressionism, as in his most famous painting, Harp of the Winds (1895, Met. Mus. 1854). English Romantic painter and mezzotint engraver, celebrated for his melodramatic scenes He became famous in France as well as Britain, he was knighted by Leopold I of Belgium (1833), and his influence was felt by American artists such as Cole.As Verkolje supposedly learned the rather difficult printing technique by himself, Houbraken told this story to.encourage young students.27 A wellknown painting by Verkolje was his Venus and Adonis. The present whereabouts of this work are unknown, but Verkolje's own copy in mezzotintwhich is also mentioned by Houbraken—gives a fairly good idea of it (fig. 187).28 The artist exploited the mezzotint medium to the utmost, as is seen in the rendering of the soft clouds around