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dye treaty and tests by Antoine Quemizet, dyer at the Manufacture of Gobelins (Paris, 18th century)

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Antoine Quemizet: Nouveaux principes tittoresques établis par Antoine Quemizet teinturier pour le Roy aux Gobelins  wikidata:Q94579626 reasonator:Q94579626 s:fr:Nouveaux principes tittoresques établis par Antoine Quemizet teinturier pour le Roy aux Gobelins.pdf 
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Antoine Quemizet: Nouveaux principes tittoresques établis par Antoine Quemizet teinturier pour le Roy aux Gobelins
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Nouveaux principes Tittoresques
Subtitle Établis par Antoine Quemizet Teinturier pour le Roy Aux Gobelins
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Français : Antoine Quemizet (écrit aussi et plus souvent Quemiset) est teinturier. Après avoir fait paraître en 1769 à Rouen le programme d'un cours d'observations sur l'art de teinture en 11 p., il entre à la teinture de la manufacture des Gobelins en 1773 sous les auspices de J.Neilson et y exerce jusque vers 1779-1783 (date à vérifier). Dans l'intervalle, il publie L'Art de appréter et teindre toutes sortes de peaux, à Paris chez Charles-Antoine Jombert en 1775, il établit aussi à la manufacture un tableau coloré, puis rédige un nouvel opus demeuré inédit et que le Mobilier national a conservé ou plus exactement aurait acquis au XIXe siècle (?). Il livre ici une série d'expériences. Le Mobilier national conserve également probablement de sa période, ses premiers registres méthodiques d'essais de teintures sur textiles.

Pour en savoir plus sur lui, voir aussi :

A. Lacordaire, Notice historique sur les manufactures impériales de tapisseries des des Gobelins et de tapis de la Savonnerie, Paris, 1855 https://books.google.fr/books?id=rXMWAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA93&dq=quemiset

A. Lacordaire, Notice historique sur les manufactures impériales de tapisseries des Gobelins et de tapis de la Savonnerie, Paris, 1859

https://books.google.fr/books?id=0ihTAAAAcAAJ&dq=quemiset%20teinture%20gobelins&hl=fr&pg=PA3#v=onepage&q=quemiset&f=false
English: Antoine Quemizet / Quemiset) was a 18th century dyer passionate about his profession. After having published in 1769 in Rouen the program of an observation course on the art of dyeing in 11 p., he entered the dyeing of the Gobelins Manufactory in 1773 under the auspices of J. Neilson and exercised there until 1779-1783 (date to be checked). He published and Art of approving and dyeing all kinds of skins, in Paris in 1775, then wrote a new opus that remained unpublished and that the Mobilier national has preserved or more exactly re-acquired in the 19th century (?). Here he delivers a series of experermients. He also established a colored table. Le Mobilier national also probably retains from its period the first methodical registers of dye tests on textiles. To learn more about him, see also:

A. Lacordaire, Historical note on the imperial manufactures of Gobelins tapestries and Savonnerie carpets, Paris, 1855 https://books.google.fr/books?id=rXMWAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA93&dq=quemiset

A. Lacordaire, Historical note on the imperial manufactures of Gobelins tapestries and Savonnerie carpets, Paris, 1859

https://books.google.fr/books?id=0ihTAAAAcAAJ&dq=quemiset%20teinture%20gobelins&hl=fr&pg=PA3#v=onepage&q=quemiset&f=false
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Publication date 1779
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