A Book of British Etching: From Francis Barlow to Francis Seymour Haden

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INDEX TO PART I
Acid bath and etching. See under Biting plates
Action and reaction of feeling in their relation to economy of line in etching, 39, 41, 46, 47
Adam, Robert: b. Kirkcaldy 1728; d. London 1792, 7
Alma-Tadema, Sir L., O.M., R.A., 1836-1912. A few etchings. SeeL'Illustration Nouvelle, 1879, for a plate called "Croquis," 11 × 7 3/4. See also Helen Zimmern's Stories retold from Firdusi, 1882
Architecture, 4, 5, 33, 53
Arundel, Earl of, Hollar's patron, d. Padua 1646, 16
Aubrey, John, topographer and antiquary, 1626- 1697, 15, 16, 17, 19, 122
Barlow, Francis, painter and etcher, c. 1626- c. 1703, 5, 14, 21, 27, 34, 66
Baroccio, Federigo, Italian etcher, Urbino, Rome, 1528-1612, 25
Baron, Bernard, 34
Bartolozzi, Francisco, F.M.R.A., 1728-1815, 35, 36
Basing House, in 1644, 16, 17
Baudelaire, Charles-Pierre, Paris 1821-Paris 1867, 58
Bell, Clive, present-day writer on Art, 8, 9
Bewick, Thomas, wood engraver, 1753-1828, 20
Biting plates, 40, 41, 44, 45
Blake, William, 1757-1827, 10, 34
Bolswert, Boetius-Adam à, Bolswert 1580- Brussels1634, 22
Bolswert, Shelderic-Adam à, Bolswert 1586- Antwerp1659, 22, 24
Bonvin, François, French school, Vaugirard 1817-St. Germain-en-Laye 1887, 57
Borrow, George, on Old Crome, in Lavengro, 11
Bosc, Claude de, etcher and engraver, 34
Bracquemond, Félix, 1833-1919, 52, 57
Brangwyn, Frank, R.A., his white ground, 51, 53, 66
Britannia Illustrata, 34
British artists much too dependent on foreign influences, 3-13
British Museum, London, 26, 28
Browning, Robert, and Legros, 60
Brueghel, Jan, Flemish school, 1568-1625, 28
Brueghel, Peter, junior, 1564 or 65-c. 1638, 23, 24
Brunet-Debaines, L. A.: b. Havre 1845. At London from 1872-1886, 35
Buhot, Félix-Hilaire, French school, 1847-1898, 52
Burin-work in etchings by Meryon and Callot, 45
Burne-Jones, Sir Edward, 1833-1898, 8
Cadart, French publisher, 57
Callot, Jacques, French etcher, 1592-1635, 15, 25, 45
Carlini, Agostino, F.M.R.A., d. 1790, 7
Carlyle, Thomas, and Legros, 60
Casteels, Peter, 1684-1749, Flemish painter, etcher and engraver, 1684-1749, 21, 34
Céanne, Paul, French painter, 1839-1906, 7, 9
Chalon, John, etcher, Amsterdam, London, 1735-1795, 35
Champiez, Victor, 6
Charles I, of Britain, 1600-1649, 30
Charles II, of Britain, 1630-1685, 17
"Charterhouse Study," Herkomer's, 47
Chatsworth, Duke of Devonshire's collection, 28
Chéron, Louis, etcher, Paris, London, 1655- 1725, 33
Chippendale, 9
Classic Architecture, 20, 21
Cleyn, Francis, designer and etcher, d. 1658, 14, 30, 31
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834, 9
Colour and etching, 46, 47
Comedies of imitation much too frequent in British Art, 3-13
Constable, John, R.A., 1776-1837, 10
Constructive habits of social insects and of birds, 3, 4
Cornelissen, Antoine, 1565-1639, 28
Cosmopolitan qualities much too frequent in British art, 3-13
Cotman, John Sell, painter and etcher, 1782- 1842, 10
Cox, David, 1783-1859, 10
Cradock, Marmaduke, English painter, c. 1660- 1717, 16

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