File:Crypte (NYPL b14945260-ps prn cd09 136).tiff

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  • Dates from Lalanne's manuscript catalogue in the Print Collection, The New York Public Library (later entries by Frank Weitenkampf)
  • Etchings are numbered according to Lalanne's manuscript catalogue in the Print Collection, The New York Public Library.
  • Miscellaneous etchings, chiefly landscape & cityscape prints, including views of Bordeaux, Breda, Delft, Dives, Fribourg, Meudon, Nogent-sur-Marne, Paris, Rouen & the Seine River. One landcape is a reproductive print after awork by Théodore Rousseau. Other subjects include the châteaux of the baron de Crisenoy and Marshal MacMahon, the Gare du Nord, dead animals, & a trompe-l'oeil depiction of a business card with a turned-down corner. Some prints are miniature works. Some prints are present in more than one state.
  • Some prints include artist's signature & notations in graphite or black ink; some notations include information on state and/or edition size.
  • Title devised by cataloger.
  • Citation/Reference: Villet, 173
Title Crypte.
Alternative title Vue d'une casemate.
Author Scan by NYPL
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UUID c7ea0f50-c612-012f-41f8-58d385a7bc34
Image ID ps_prn_cd09_136
Collection Samuel Putnam Avery Collection
Collection UUID 964d0385-ee2a-139e-e040-e00a18066f71
NYPL catalog ID b14945260
Topics Crypts


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