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La lithographie française de 1796 à 1896 et les arts qui s'y rattachent : manuel pratique s'adressant aux artistes et aux imprimeurs   (Wikidata search (Cirrus search) Wikidata query (SPARQL)  Create new Wikidata item based on this file)
Lemercier, Alfred author, lithographer
La lithographie française de 1796 à 1896 et les arts qui s'y rattachent : manuel pratique s'adressant aux artistes et aux imprimeurs
Paris : Ch. Lorilleux et Cie, 16, rue Suger
XXIV, 358 pages, 34 unnumbered leaves of plates : 32 cm
"First edition of a scarce and very important book published to celebrate the centenary of lithography. Various sections deal with artistic and commercial lithography, autographie, chromolithography, zincography, photolithography, phototypie, photoglyptie and heliogravure. Each of the sections is illustrated with at least one specimen plate. The tools and presses are well described and illustrated. 'The lithographic firm of Lemercier, 57 rue de Seine, was founded by Joseph Lemercier in 1827. By mid-century his nephew, Alfred, had become his partner. Throughout the century the firm was responsible for many of the important developments in lithographic printing and was especially support of artistic endeavors in the medium.'- The color revolution, p. 39. 'Alfred Lemercier's La lithographie francaise (1899) provides a detailed historical and technical account of the first hundred years of lithography in France.'-Jay Last, The color explosion, p. 11"--Vendor's description
"Cet ouvrage est publié en 12 fascicules."
Advertisements: 1 page at front
Lithographie artistique et commerciale -- Autographie -- Gravure -- Eau-forte -- Chromolithographie -- Zincographie -- Photolithographie -- Phototypie -- Photoglyptie -- Héliogravure

Subjects: Lithography -- France -- History; Lithography -- Technique; Photomechanical processes; Lithography; Lithography -- Technique; Photomechanical processes; France
Language French
Publication date 1899
publication_date QS:P577,+1899-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
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Notes No copyright page.
Authority control  OCLC: 1157114032
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: lalithographiefr00leme


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