John Baptist Jackson: 18th-Century master of the color woodcut

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INDEX TO PLATES
1. Christ Giving the Keys to St. Peter, after Raphael, 55 (color), 99
2. Venus and Cupid with a Bow, after Partnigianino, 56 (color) 100
3. Woman Standing Holding Jar on Her Head, after Parmigianino, 101
5. Woman Meditating (St. Thais?), after Parmigianino, 57 (color), 102
6. Ulysses and Polyphemus, after Primaticcio, 104
7. Bookplate, 103
8. Judgment of Solomon, after Rubens, 105
9. The Visitation, after Annibale Carracci, 106
10. Julius Caesar, after Titian, 107
11. St. Rocco, after Cherubino Alberti, 108
12. Statuette of Neptune, after Giovanni da. Bologna, 109
13. Descent from the Cross, after Rembrandt, 58 (color), 112.
14. Christ and the Woman of Samaria, 110
15. Romulus and Remus, Wolf and Sea God, 111
16. The Death of St. Peter Martyr, after Titian, 113
17. The Presentation in the Temple (The Circumcision), after Veronese, 114
18. The Massacre of the Innocents, after Tintoretto, 115
19. The Entombment, after Jacopo Bassano, 118
20. Holy Family and Four Saints, after Veronese, 119
21. The Mystic Marriage of St. Catherine, after Veronese, 120
22. The Crucifixion, after Tintoretto, left sheet, 64 (color), 116 center sheet, 37 (proof of key block), 64 (color), 116 right sheet, 65 (color), 117
23. Miracle of St. Mark, after Tintoretto, left sheet, 122 right sheet, 123
24. The Marriage at Cana, after Veronese, left sheet, 124 right sheet, 125
25. Presentation of the Virgin in the Temple, after Titian, left sheet, 136 center sheet, 136 right sheet, 137
26. The Virgin in the Clouds and Six Saints, after Titian, 121
27. The Descent of the Holy Spirit, after Titian, 126
28. The Finding of Moses, after Veronese, 127
29. The Raising of Lazarus, after Leandro Bassano, 128
30. Christ on the Mount of Olives, after Jacopo Bassano, 38 (key block), 132
31. Melchisedech Blessing Abraham, after Francesco Bassano, 129

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  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Jackson and His Tradition 3
  • Jackson and His Work 13
  • Catalog 69
  • The Chiaroscuros and Color Woodcuts of John Baptist Jackson 97
  • Bibliography 171
  • Index to Plates 177
  • Index 181
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